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We are pleased to announce our April 2017 cover story on Brooklyn-based, Philly-born artist Timothy Curtis, aka Agua. Let's let Stephen "ESPO" Powers explain, from a few years back in Juxtapoz. . . “The Love letter For You movie is, in a large sense, about a guy that we know and love named Agua. He is the main inspiration and is currently incarcerated. The genesis of the film is that Agua is going to go to jail, it was only a matter of time, and I wanted to leave something out here for him to come home to.” So here we are in 2017, and Timothy Curtis is in his artistic prime. Fresh off working with ESPO at the Brooklyn Museum on the Coney Island Is Still Dreamland (To a Seagull) exhibition, our Contributing Editor, Joey Garfield, sat down with Curtis to discuss his past, present, and future, and how to make a character come to life. Also in the April 2017 issue: —Joe Coleman on his masterworks and the making of a painting —Kindah Khalidy plants an electric garden —Christian Rex van Minnen shows us his watercolors —Kim Keever shows us how to make paint float —Daan Botlek makes street art universal —Josh Freydkis shows us what magic is all about —Shane Lavalette covers the South with beautiful photos —Ruffmercy talks about his hands-on music video direction —Lala Abaddon goes to infinity and back —Mike Shine takes us to Nicaragua . . . . ... and we get the lowdown on Julie Verhoeven's collection for Marc Jacobs.

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