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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Ace In Space is a work of non-fiction in the art subgenre. It is intended for the general art-appreciating audience and was put together by creator and artist Isabel Scheck. As the title suggests, the work focuses on a particular aspect of the LGBTQIA+ community by examining a-spectrum identities, for example, those of asexual and aromantic people. Celebrating flags of all kinds within this spectrum, the work shows everyday objects as well as more ethereal drawings, patterns, and mandalas to celebrate each identity in its own right and offer something for everyone to relate to and engage with. The result is a charming work that many viewers will find joy in.
Artist Isabel Scheck takes the theme of space and applies its many meanings to her work in this fabulous book that would certainly sit well on the coffee table of any LGBTQIA+ household for those meditative moments when we just need to lose ourselves in some peaceful artistry. I really appreciated the celebratory message of inclusivity of a-spectrum people in the queer community, and Scheck really has thought of every identity when constructing her work. The jellyfish portraits were some of my particular favorites, as well as the more graphically inclined works (the pansexual skull pattern really caught my eye, I’d love one of those on my wall!). Overall, Ace In Space is a gorgeous showcase of work from a very promising and inclusive artist and a book that will certainly earn its place on the shelf of art enthusiasts everywhere.