Scaffolding (noun): A temporary structure on the outside of a building, used by workers while building, repairing, or cleaning the building.

Everything in life is in transition. Everything in our life is temporary--style, fame, beauty, youth. These coveted ideals are a scaffolding in our life and identity, as we construct ourselves as a certain type of a person. Sometimes we rely too much on these temporary structures, forgetting that we are able to be scaffolding in our own right.

The overarching theme of Scaffolding magazine is growing, emerging, becoming, transforming, as human analogy to a building under construction and reconstruction. Scaffolding, in this respect, is both the vehicle and the support system. It is a continuous process of growth and reinvention. We are interested in transforming fictional characters, their creators, and impactful visual arts.

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