Don’t be deterred by the heavily worded, verging on obnoxiously lengthy name. Society for Scientific Inquiry of Paranormal Atmospheric and Cosmic Anomalies (S.S.I.P.A.C.A.) is an aesthetically stunning, newsprint publication by graphic designer, Veronica Lam.
Based in L.A., Lam has obtained a degree in fine art and communications, alongside her graphic design qualifications, and has worked with establishments such as Atlas Obscura and the California Science Centre. It therefore comes as no surprise that, despite it’s colourless layout, S.S.I.P.A.C.A. is beautiful to behold.
Committed to the informative coverage of subject matter circulating around extraterrestrials, S.S.I.P.A.C.A.’s content covers U.F.O. sightings, conspiracy theories and accounts of abductions from individuals who may or may not be of right mind.
Drawing inspiration from scientific journals and unstable fanatics alike, S.S.I.P.A.C.A. is brimming with proven data and statistics that inform the reader about the differences between speculation and solid fact. Sounds like something the MONOLITH reader could get in to, no?