Practical Disorder

Stopped by Indigo Hippo to pick up some old photo paper and check out their new digs. Was delighted to find the work of Luke Schutzman up on their walls. From what I can tell he works at the zoo, and his love of animals is expressed so well with color and line. All this […]

Axis Cov

Axis Cov. A People’s Liberty project by Emily Wolff to spruce up a foreboding underpass. Now this darkened part of Covington has visual interest and light.

PSA Meeting #3

At the third meeting of the Public Service Artists, we started with open discussion for a bit and then wrapped up by printing shirts. It was my first time mixing water based inks at the studio and using the infrared dryer. Not a total fail but definitely room for improvement.

The Future is Female

Indestructible Stephanie Hirsch Part of The Future is Female exhibit at the 21c Museum Hotel. From the notes: “The Future is Female” first appeared during the 1970s on a t-shirt designed for the first women’s bookstore in New York City. Over the last two years, the phrase has re-emerged on clothing, social media, and various […]

Intrigued

I was going to title this post “Weird” but frankly? This is totally more intriguing than weird—a word that gets overused as much as awesome. (Guilty.) Anyway, someone arranged all these flags around piles of leaves and trees in a tiny park in Northside. I think they’re fun. UPDATE: These are part of an installation […]

Seeing Now at 21c

Paul Rucker performs at the opening of Seeing Now at the 21c. Hank Willis Thomas “Raise Up” Also by Thomas “Intentionally Left Blanc,” a chromogenic print you can only see with a camera flash.

Mean Girls Club

Whenever I see a message from my friend Dicky, I’m excited before reading what it says. This man is personified delight and always has good things to share. This instance was no different. He asked if I’d seen the comic Mean Girls Club by Ryan Heshka. And though I was familiar with Ryan’s work, I […]

30 Module Sphere No. 1

30 folded stainless steel plates come together at an intersection in Brighton as “30 Module Sphere No. 1.” Created in 1998 by Patricia A. Rennick.

Page 1 of 6123456