Issue 344 – August 2017 cover art

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From unapologetic femmes to ornery animals, artist Heather Mahler’s delightful drawings are a mainstay of the Craft Lake City DIY Festival. On this cover, Mahler equips her signature style—influenced by ’90s anime, feminist punk art and more—to highlight Utah’s creative spirit, reflecting the dreamers whom Craft Lake City celebrates and uplifts.

Photo courtesy of Rancid
Image courtesy of TumbleSeed and aeiowu
Logan Prichard looking fab at Aug. 10's Twilight show featuring Solange, Kaytranada and CHOiCE. Photo: @clancycoop
Child of the Sun
You can’t go wrong with any of Star of India’s Northern Indian fare, paired with a sweet, frosty Mango Lassi. Pictured: Vegetable Samosas and Chana Masala. Photos: Talyn Sherer
Photo courtesy of God Module
A line of eager people forms to enter the Craft Lake City DIY Festival. Photo: @william.h.cannon
Beautiful Bipolar – Danielle Workman
Kaytranada provided more music for the night. Photo: Gilbert Cisneros
Julien Baker. Photo: Nolan Knight
Chimera-Julian-Mihdi
The Perspective Essays | Jacob Rueda | Self-published
Gesturing that the left side of the crowd needs to be louder. Photo: Lmsorenson.net
(L–R) Shea Ledesma, Adrian Evans and Matthew Windsor host an opening party for their Gold Blood Collective BMX bikes and style shop on 1526 S. State Street in Salt Lake. Photo: John Barkiple
The Book of Mormon. Photo courtesy of Joan Marcus (2017)
Kamasi Washington, band leader and head saxophonist. Photo: ColtonMarsalaPhotography.com
Joshy Soul. Photo: @clancycoop
(L–R) Emery Lloyd and Mya Bateman. Photo: John Barkiple
(L–R) S&S’ Nic Smith, Will Sartain and Lance Saunders and Crucialfest’s Tiffany Bischoff and Jarom Bischoff have programmed The Gateway as the primary venue for Crucialfest 7. Photo: Jake Vivori
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