ISSUE TWO OF GIGANTIC, OUR QUARTERLY ONLINE MAGAZINE, IS NOW LIVE!

 

In honor of this turbulent year, the theme is Action. The 11 projects/stories in this new issue are designed to inspire you, spark conversation, and remind you of your power. Visit giganticmagazine.com to experience the following interviews, essays, photo illustrations, videos, photo collages, and even a playlist:

‘Hooded’: Myles Loftin knows what you think when you see a Black man in a hoodie. And he’d like a word.

Using Food to Effect Change: RJ Shaughnessy chronicles the everyday activism of an LA food bank

My Chi-Town: Marcus Smith celebrates community leaders on Chicago’s South Side

All the Activity of the Natural World: Will nature reclaim its space? Jessica Antola considers the possibility. 

Hello, Gorgeous: Who gets to be called beautiful? Grace Rivera has her own ideas.

The Photographer Who Gave a F*ck: Jake Stangel on launching a print sale for progressive candidates.

Beirut: An Appreciation: João Canziani pays tribute to a broken city.

Rest as Resistance: Jessica Pettway makes the case for why resting can be a radical act for Black women

High and Low: Justin Fantl urges us to see the prison industrial complex with fresh eyes

Playlist: ‘Action Reaction,’ curated and featuring original album art by Dustin Aksland

Video: ‘Very Fine People’ by Kristina Feliciano

CREDITS
Jen Jenkins, publisher
Alexa Johnson, creative director
Kristina Feliciano, editor and creative director