What happens when sport and art intersect?
For it's 10th issue, Victory Journal sought to answer this very question. From “The Loser,” Gay Talese’s studied portrait of a boxer in decline, to the fascinating story of Bonnie Erickson, the former Henson Studios designer who became the cornerstone of the mascot industry—this issue looks at the people, places and things that offered an offbeat angle to the art of athleticism. It manifests in every page: whether it’s street photographer Cheryl Dunn’s photos of the decadent, rowdy Triple Crown crowds juxtaposed against the larger-than-life baseball art of Raymond Pettibon, or Bronx-based sculptor John Ahearn’s surreal “lifecasts”,Victory Journal 10 turns the concept of sport on its head, presenting a familiar world in unexpected ways.
168 pgs, 42 × 27.5 cm, Softback, 2015,