Cityscapes as soaring, airy, and luscious as any watercolor abstracts I've ever seen greet you and draw you into the new issue of Hanging Loose. The watercolors are entitled "Downtown Windows: Ten Watercolors" and include both the front and back covers in their number. The back cover I especially like because the geometry builds a mirror image causing you to bounce off of it and return to the proper, that is, frontal entrance of the magazine. Pretty neat.
For more of my review of Hanging Loose 99 go here: http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2011/11/hanging-loose-99-editors-robert-hershon.html