The art of designing structures involves considerable technical expertise in addition to aesthetic aptitude. The posts here share stories from the field.
Nothing Is Wasted A zine distro gets new digs and lands in a new literary hub
Billy McCall interviews Charissa Lucille about closing, then reopening Wasted Ink Zine Distro: “I have emotional whiplash from feeling so down — and then feeling so extremely excited and hopeful. So many community members stepped in and helped.”Read More
Embracing the Botanical: Argentinian Muralist Creates Murals that Revere Local Fauna
Pastel: “Creating murals is a way of working that can be observed as an informational tool, one that conveys local identity, nature, geography, economy, etc. The result is a kind of ‘micro architecture’ or a natural form of urban acupuncture.”Read More
Exposures: Danny Hart, Maker of Jewelry and Light Fixtures
Among the many things stolen were my wife’s unique pieces of jewelry. I quickly made her a necklace and earrings based on some ideas I had, which led to compliments and questions about where people could buy some for themselves.Read More