My first cover story for Raw Vision magazine is on Grant Wallace who based his mysterious illustrations on messages from spirits and extraterrestrials. The full story is available in print and an excerpt is online:
When he died in 1954 at the age of 87, The New York Times wrote in Grant Wallace’s obituary that he was a “newspaper man, war correspondent, magazine writer, essayist, and artist” whose litany of accomplishments included eyewitness editorials from the Russo-Japanese War, humour writing, archaeological coverage, horticultural experiments, the founding of a writers’ colony, the production of animated cartoons, and the editing of a cinema arts magazine. There was no mention of his explorations of the occult, nor of the detailed documentation of his telepathic investigations but, although it was the least known part of his expansive career, this fascination with the universe and its mysteries as portrayed in his art has become his most enduring legacy.
Read the full story in Raw Vision.