Monday, November 23, 2009

Artist Profile(d)

The Chicago Reader highlighted Matt Nichols' show at SAIC entitled 'Lexiconography'. Jettison recently completed an artist interview with Matt for our upcoming 4th issue. Be sure to keep up with this fellow, he is a powerhouse and a force to be reckoned with.

check it out.

Jettison Shredded!

From new-media artist Mark Napier's work "the Shredder". You can shred your own site at

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Fish Out of Water

Hey everyone,

Fish Out of Water, "A documentary that explores the impassioned relationship between homosexuality and the Bible," is out now and could be playing near you. Check out the trailer here

Kyle Harter, who you all might know and love as Jettison's resident cartoonist, has provided illustrations for the animation in the film, and it looks really great. Congratulations, Kyle.

Kaki King provides the music for the score of the film, as well. Which, of course makes this film a treat for your head, eyes, and ears.

You'll have to wait till December to take a look at Kyle's new Comic in Jettison Quarterly's new issue. Until then, just watch the film and sign up for your free Jettison subscription, it's free after all.

-The Editors

Friday, November 6, 2009

Jettison Hard at Work

Hey Readers,

Jettison is hard at work getting the 4th issue together. We've got a ton of really great material for you to look through. The 4th issue is going to be a fatty. If you haven't signed up for your free subscription yet, get on over to the jettison site and do that now. You wont want to miss the Issue No. 4, due out in December.

We've got interviews with artist Gregory Green, Chicago band Sybris, and with the owner of this place. Here's a sneak peak at what's in store. The photo is of our editor in chief at Czimer's Game and Sea Foods, located out in Homer Glen, IL. They serve up all sorts of strange stuff. Have you ever wondered what lion tastes like? You'll have to wait for the new issue to find out. The Czimer's article will be run as our Discovered Section this time around, complete with an interview with Richard Czimer Jr. and beautifully shot by photographer David Elliott.

There's much more in store, so keep checking back for more sneak peaks.

-The Editors