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Swiss Miss

Tina Roth Eisenberg (aka swissmiss) sat down with The Post Family & Pitch Design Union at her space to talk about collaboration, co-working, blog writing, and her wildly popular Creative Mornings series.

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Julia Vodrey Hendrickson

As Julia Vodrey Hendrickson gets ready for her first solo show in Chicago entitled FANTASTIC STANZAS, we chatted about comics, collecting, printmaking and adhesives.

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Emily Clayton

As Emily Clayton get’s ready for her first solo show, we sat down with here to talk about her progression of work and what we should expect from a show inspired by death rituals.

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Cody Hudson

Here is a fun chat and studio tour with our Chicago-local, infinitely friendly, incased meat lovin' homie, Cody Hudson from 2009. Re-released with bigger and better images.

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The Owners

Desktime toured six spaces in Chicago and sat down to interview the owners.

We wanted to hear their unique perspective on the coworking movement. Wanted to know why, and how, they became involved. This video, The Owners, is just a slice of what we saw… Enjoy, and happy coworking!

Thisshort was produced by Gus Gavino of middle mind project with original music by Jay Esangga.

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Margot Harrington Feature in Peculiar Bliss

Check out Peculiar Bliss's 9th issue (created by Vaughn Fender) featuring Margot Harrington. My favorite part is the cover design, done by Harrington, which was inspired by the issue's theme of rituals, pulling inspiration from her process of crossing off items on a hand written to-do list which she does pretty much every day. This issue also includes a long interview with Margot commenting on how she got into blogging, past collaborations and the integral part that research plays in her process. All of which is sandwiched between some great portraits and work photographed by Julia Stotz.

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Peep This

A few weeks ago Elizabeth Gilmore from Design Bureau dropped by the Post Family studio to chat and photograph my favorite little objects. Check out the article here.

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