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Snax Magazine is an independently printed collection of under-exposed visual artwork. Each release is centered on a theme that is represented and cultivated in limitless ways. We are a print only publication, with an objective to unplug and retain real-life substance.. www.snaxmagazine.com

My name is Ashley Butler, founder of Snax Magazine, join me on this journey of exploration, inspiration, and entrepreneurship.

May 15, 2014 at 1:02pm
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WHERE IS SNAX?!

Alas, the time has come for me to address the status of Snax Magazine.  After much thought on which platform to use, I’ve concluded that writing a blog entry was the most intimate method for me to be transparent.  

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Photo Repost:@chelseano5

I’ve received so many kind words of support from people that I don’t even know; I have reached a heartwarming point of no return.  We have not released any announcements for the 5th issue mainly because I’m working on producing a bigger and badder Snax publication.  Although a date has not been confirmed, we are aiming to release the next issue in the beginning of 2015.  It’s important that Snax Magazine continues to be a personable and a mutually beneficial organization and because of that I’ve taken the steps to further develop the Snax brand.

In order for me to put out a better product, it was detrimental for me to push back the release date of the 5th issue.  My mind was clouded when I released The Dream issue in December (2013).  But since the last release, I took some time to collect my thoughts and focus my energy towards an elevating purpose.  I’ve been burying myself in exhibits, books, and articles relating to art and business.

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Photo: Jean Gaultier Exhibit

My experiences and risks have shaped the type of work that I want to share.  Truth be told, I started this magazine with limited knowledge of the publication and art world.   I have become more confident in my abilities and with that comes a better sense of purpose.  Snax Magazine has been a journey- forcing me to believe and not compare myself to others.  I’m not concern with that amount of “likes” and followers that Snax or I receive- these components do not validate me as a person or as a business.   What I am most focused on is the quality and integrity of what I can bring to the world. 

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Photo: Rog Walker

In addition to the research I’ve been conducting, I’ve also spoken to a lot of people regarding success and passion.  I’ve concluded that we live in a world of distractions.  It is our duty as success seekers to do things that matter more and to concentrate on the small things and make them great.  

Let’s stay connected!  If you want to meet up please feel free to reach out to me at info@snaxmagazine.com or via social media outlets.

-Ashley Buttercup

Founder

December 19, 2013 at 2:30pm
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The Snax Family  
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From left: (Kathelia, Ashley, Jack, Rosalind , and Ewuraekua) 

The Snax Family  

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From left: (Kathelia, Ashley, Jack, Rosalind , and Ewuraekua) 

December 18, 2013 at 2:31pm
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Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue” featuring Kanitta Goi.  Purchase your copy at www.snaxmagazine.com

Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue” featuring Kanitta Goi.  Purchase your copy at www.snaxmagazine.com

December 17, 2013 at 2:31pm
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Artwork by Collyn Gold.  Featured in Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue”

Artwork by Collyn Gold.  Featured in Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue”

December 16, 2013 at 2:30pm
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Sick artwork by Collyn Gold.  Featured in the Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue”

Sick artwork by Collyn Gold.  Featured in the Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue”

December 15, 2013 at 2:30pm
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Artists Kanitta Goi and Milton De Paul at the Snax Magazine release showcase

Artists Kanitta Goi and Milton De Paul at the Snax Magazine release showcase

December 14, 2013 at 2:30pm
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Artist Milton De Paul showing off his fantastic piece in Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue”

Artist Milton De Paul showing off his fantastic piece in Snax Magazine “The Dream Issue”

December 13, 2013 at 2:30pm
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Artwork by ERAC

Artwork by ERAC

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Samantha Flanders in Snax Magazine’s “The Dream Issue”

Samantha Flanders in Snax Magazine’s “The Dream Issue”

July 28, 2013 at 2:30pm
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