PSEUDONYM

CREATIVE VULTURES / SOUTH WEST

PSEUDONYM is the South West’s new arts magazine that promotes independent and unsung art in the region. Established by artist Kat Jones in 2019, it has gone from strength to strength with it’s cool uncluttered look, irreverent writing style and success in identifying talent that you might otherwise overlook.

The current issue (and previous issues) are available in print at outlets in the area (see Stockists) and also available for delivery by ordering online, and they are now available as digital downloads (shop here).

IT’S HERE!

AFTER EIGHT

Issue #8 – Spring 2022

Get high on an Eighth!

Including:

NICKY HARRIS
OLLIE MANN

ARPAD FERENCZ
JO’S DRESSING ROOM
THE VANNER GALLERY
LUKE ROBSON
CARSICK
ADAM WAY
ELLIS QUINN
CRAIG ENNEW

and more!

BUY HERE!

JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!

Catch up with issues 4, 5 & 6 of Pseudonym with this great value download bundle.

The perfect way to visit (or revisit) and appreciate PSEUDONYM on your mobile, tablet or computer.

Gift problem solved!

BUY HERE!

NOW ON SALE!

SEVEN YEAR ITCH

Issue #7 – Autumn 2021

A seventh helping of Vulture Pickings!

Including:

CADDIE JAY
GRACE DUNNING

SHARE FROME
YOGA BEN
WOLFE ACADEMY
ELENA CATALINA
HARRIET BILTON
PLASTIC MERMAIDS
JAKE HOWARD
ELLIS QUINN
EDWIN HOPPER

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SIX PACK

Issue #6 – Spring 2021

With a whole host of artists and creatives;
Packed in like sardines.

DEREK PHEBY
MEL EVANS
MIRKA GOLDEN HANN
CIERAN O’FARRELL
HOUSE OF DYE
DAN BILTON
JESSIE MOOYS
SUGARMOON
PHILIPPE NASH
ELLIS QUINN
JUNE CLUETT

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FIVE O’CLOCK SHADOW

Issue #5 – Winter 2020 Download Now!

Here we are, another lockdown. Well, at least we know the drill now and have probs invested in a stack of novels, streams of indie sundance films and stocked up on cases of booze. Hunker down with the Winter issue of Pseudonym which unites hip hop bands, fine line artists, nautical painters, a stand up comedian, well groomed gents and a cider boat on the streamlined pages.

Many more creative folks too of course; buy the mag to “open all the doors, and see all the people”. Includes:

PAGE THREE POET EDWIN HOPPER
THROUGH THE CRACKS HUGO DE BRETT
A MAN WALKS INTO A BAR ANDREW WHITE
THE SPREAD COEXIST
THE ART SOPHIE ERIN EVANS
JAMES DODDS PAINTER
THE BRIEF UNDERGROUND ANTICS OF THE CITIES
POUR ME BREWED BOY
THE VINYL THE SCRIBES
SINGER/SONGWRITER KERENSA
ELLIS QUIN CLING FILM OPEN BOOK SEALS & ROCK
THE DISCOVERY SEAN REVELL

Happy Halloween, Happy Fireworks night, Happy Christmas and Happy New year!

PSEUDONYM 04 FOUR FOR A BOY

Just back in stock – a limited number of the glossy magazines – buy here

In this bumper issue:

PAGE THREE POET IAN C.
THROUGH THE CRACKS ROB DALEY
ARE VIDEO GAMES ART?
THE SPREAD BRISTOL SAINT & SP1 CHARITY SHOPS
THE ART SUSI DISORDER
JOHN HITCHENS PAINTER
THE BRIEF UNDERGROUND ANTICS OF THE CITIES
POUR ME DE BORTOLI WILLOWGLEN GEWURZTRAMINER-RIESLING 2018
THE VINYL ICARUS
MUSIC GET SHOT PAUL BEVAN
THE DISCOVERY JAMES EARLEY

And more..

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HARDER, BETTER, FASTER, STRONGER

Pseudonym is getting bigger and better with each issue. It is evolving into a delicious magazine to feast on rather than something to flick through. There is now a regular team of Pseud’ writers and contributors providing that awesome content in features, fashion, interviews and stories etc.

The printed version will be as smooth and slick as George Clooney in a suit drinking an espresso, and thick enough to slap down on a coffee table to invite social distancing visitors to read. The mag is an artwork in itself.

So there will now be 4 issues of longer Pseudonyms each year at £9.95.
Less than £40 per year for full on alternative and eye opening original fayre to see you through the seasons.
The £6 every month as first planned would have you spending £72.

The downloaded versions will be a fiver.
A happy and healthy fiver for nearly 100 pages of hardcore grafting of visuals to intrigue and devour.

Pseudonym hopes that you can support this decision and will continue to jump into each magazine with as much anticipation as Hockney’s Splash.

Pseudo Love.