ART DIRECTOR’S CUT, JULY 8
July 8, 2021 by LAM Staff
The things our art director Chris McGee hated leaving out in the current issue of LAM.
From “Mine, Ours” by Michael Dumiak in the July 2021 issue, about how a region in eastern Germany is creating a chain of lakes and recreational landscapes from the scars of mining. open pit coal.
–CHRIS MCGEE, LAM ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
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