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Typeforce 3

Be sure to drop by Typeforce tonight. Guaranteed radness.

At Co-Pros

3219 S Morgan St in Bridgeport

7-11pm

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Studio Swine

Studio Swine makes some wild and amazing stuff. Projects range from chairs made with bottles found on the sea shore to biodegrable, human hair sun glasses. Great concepts. Strong finished products.

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Personal Space

I haven’t posted about a knock-out record in quite ahwile, but Chocolate Industries Personal Space has been tearin’ up my turntable all weekend. 

“If the independently-pressed record made the galaxy of recorded music that much larger, the burgeoning home studio became the black hole from which little escaped … This collection presents the unheard underground of the self-produced, often solo, electronic soul world of the ‘70s and early ‘80s, offering a view into an ocean of sound that is in turn peaceful, bizarre, funky, and often humbly ahead of its time.”

Ridiculously good.

Olivia Bee

Just met this super talented and super young (17) photographer at Leo Burnett. Already pulling huge commissions from Nike, Converse and the NY Times. Check out Olivia's site.

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Vicious Dumb Show

Not sure what to say. Shane Morrissy makes crazy awesome stuff in Dublin. I guess that works.

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Visit!

Tonight brother Chad and friends will be unleashing an art experience of epic proportions. Even if you live in Hong Kong, you should get on a plane (yesterday) and travel to Purdue University to check out Studio Visit

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Simon Schubert

Mr. Schubert has some serious paper-folding skills.

Check it.

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Tripod

I'm really diggin' this new stool from local shredders, Strand. You can buy your own right here.

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Jesse Auersalo

Great new work on jesse's site. here come the nightmares!