Released on May 31, 2012, Shoreline's arts and literary magazine, Spindrift, continues tradition while capturing the aesthetic trends of a new generation.
This year's edition features 86 submissions, 57 of which are fine art and 29 literary. Seth Pillers, a recent SCC graduate and one of two art editors at Spindrift, informed me that this year's compilation includes work from "different artists around the community and the country, but mostly from students."
"The amount of color we used gave this year's book a different feel," says Pillers."The way the cover turned out, it tied everything together really nicely with the, sort of, analog photo theme we had."