Month: July 2010

Printer's Ball

This is going to be fuuuuun. And yes, print does ♥ digital. Printer’s Ball 2010

Megan Geckler

Installations by Megan Geckler remind me of similar ones I’ve seen using masking tape. Megan’s have a more sculptural quality and use flagging tape, which is basically plastic ribbon that construction workers use to mark out space. I can only imagine how spectacular something like this would be times ten in scale. I’m thinking like… Read more »

Friday Quick Links

Phew! You know what I didn’t manage to get done this week? BLOGGING. Between moving (tomorrow, in fact) and the usual level of craziness is a total game-killer for me. Next week isn’t looking too promising either because I have six days ahead of me without regular access to internet. (At that point, it will… Read more »

Ina's Goodbye Mix

Side A Side B It’s always sad when a friend moves away, right? Recently my friend Ina had to move back to Germany after spending the last year in Chicago. But before she left, she made a mixtape. Not just any mixtape mind you, she typed the track listing on a typewriter, screenprinted 20 copies… Read more »

Cantankerous Hellfire

It’s Pitchfork weekend here in Chicago and with it comes Flatstock 26, the usual gig-poster freakout fair. This year though, two of the biggest names in posters, Aesthetic Apparatus and Delicious Design League did something unique. Aside from participating in Flatstock as usual, they put together a superb poster collab, curated and hosted by The… Read more »