Beneficial Shock! Issue 2 : Mind
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In this second issue we peel back the layers of the human psyche to reveal just what it is that makes us tick.
From 'The Method' employed by actors to fully inhabit a character to dangerous little vermin literally invading our brains intent on devilish mind control, the content of this issue should get your own grey matter going.
Issue 2 features work by Ellice Weaver, George Mccullum, Jack Mears, Katia Fouquet, James Graham, Joe Munro and Robert Rubbish lending their barmy imaginings to features on mirrors as devices of altered perception, a revisionist take on Snow White and an answer to the question: what exactly did happen to Barton Fink after the end credits rolled?
Alongside these more cerebral features are a mind-boggling array of graphic novels, mock adverts and visual prescriptions to cure even the most headstrong cynic.
Beneficial Shock! is a bi-annual magazine for film lovers and illustration enthusiasts that champions progressive thinking from contemporary image-makers.
Rather than your standard film magazine full of reviews, celebrity news and press images, Beneficial Shock! aims to use illustration, and visual storytelling in humorous and unconventional ways to expressively interpret film related content. In short, film is just the beginning.