Welcome back, Metrobot

The first website I ever made was for public art in Cincinnati. It’s still up in all its rudimentary glory, with super small and grainy photos snapped on a Sony camera that stored images on floppy disks. Back in those days, the Metrobot was living outside of the Contemporary Arts Center. Though I distinctly remember […]

OTR Bike

OTR Bike artwork by Michael Stillion (more of his OTR collages) Bonus from the evening? A gift of some fine beard elixir. Been using it a few days, it’s dandy. (Thanks Maya!)

Mini Maker Faire

Cincinnati’s Mini Maker Faire at Union Terminal was a solid, condensed taste of the big event. And though I don’t feel we’ve seen the full strength of the event yet, like the act of making itself, it’s all about iteration. I think the ingredients are coming together nicely, and the community is starting to grow. It’s […]

Taste of Cincinnati ’14


Butterfly show with the family at Krohn Conservatory. I kind of wish they had “expired” specimens on display for photos, because these suckers are hard to pin down* and photograph. * insert rim shot

The Cincinnati Anthology Literary Gathering

It’s real now. Tonight, at The Cincinnati Anthology Literary Gathering, I was able to get my paws on a real-life physical copy of the first book I’ve designed. That was a personal triumph, but the evening held lots more goodness. First, the setting at the Mercantile Library was perfect. I hadn’t been to this tucked […]

Future bourbon bar

Pretty excited about The Littlefield. Their words: “A neighborhood bar specializing in Bourbon cocktails and regional craft beer paired with great food, art and cultural offerings.” Yes to all of that. (Plus? Patio!) Bonus view of Northside from a totally difference vantage:

Creative Mornings at Powerhouse

Creative Mornings Cincinnati found an excellent space for speakers at Powerhouse Factories in Newport. I got up early for the free coffee and to hear Malik Spencer talk about love and relationships.

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