Get your hands on out-of-print back issues!


Do you love UPPERCASE magazine but you're missing a back issue? Have you recently been introduced to this quarterly magazine for the creative and curious and now you wish you had them all?


Here's your chance to purchase an entire stack of all the issues we've ever printed! We have taken a few of our early issues out of our archives for this one-time only auction. (Issues #1-#7 and #12 are completely sold out elsewhere.)


The purpose of this auction is to raise funds for the upcoming studio move (our current home of the past 8 years is in a building slated for "redevelopment" and so we'll be moving to new accommodations later this summer).


Due to the heavy weight of the package, this stack is only available to ship within North America. However, we have created other listings for individual out-of-print back issues #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7 and #12 that we can ship internationally.


Click here to see the listings on eBay. 

Bidding ends next Friday, May 31.

Thank you for your support!

lots of stitching at ideologio, London


"'Iris Todd - Stitching in my own way', is a artist book published by ideologio earlier this year. The book features embroidery works of the late artist, with focus on how the work was built up, starting with a section on small fragments intended for use in bigger pieces, followed by unframed works, many of them banner type formats, ending with a section of story telling illustrative embroideries. What distinguishes this book is that all works are shown from front and back, revealing the reverse side of the embroideries, where possible, which allowed us to show more of the process and craft behind the works."

"Evelin Kasikov's CMYK was a daily special at the 2013 Pick Me Up show at Somerset House in London. This short video is a collaboration between Evelin Kasikov (CMYK embroidery), Bill Stratford (stop frame animation) and ideologio (concept and direction)."

UPPERCASE commissioned Evelin for a CMYK alphabet that appeared in one of our early issues (#3, back in 2009).