Monthly Archives: December 2012

In the mail

The first batch of new pamphlets are in the mail. Action at a Distance, the Fall 2012 Brain Washing from Phone Towers Informational Pamphlet, is an exploration of Isaac Newton, the Principia, and the beginnings of the Royal Society in … Continue reading

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Forme over function.

So in this week’s episode of ridiculously-time-consuming-acts-performed-in-my-limited-free-time, I give you pamphlet, side two: My favorite thing about letterpress is the fact that you have to build up something three-dimensional to print something two dimensional. So it’s sculptural and flat at … Continue reading

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Live speaking in the flesh

Though I’m clearly more comfortable in print. Talking in public! In Williamsburg this weekend! With the amazing Angie Waller! Sarah Nicholls will be discussing her book Phosphorescent Face Highlighter that incorporates found text from sources such as Adolf Loos, The Landmark Forum, … Continue reading

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