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May 7, 2012

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E-Book Immortality and Nostalgia Yellowing, Gone

E-Book Immortality and Nostalgia Yellowing, Gone

There is a secondhand bookstore not far from where I live called Recycled Books. The purple-hued two-story building sits on the northeast corner of the town square in Denton, Texas-- only a stumble away from the local bars, an antique mall with a truly impressive collection of faux-medieval edged weapons, and a pizza place that is kind enough to let my band play in their basement and pay us in cases of Schlitz.

Culture, Digital
Doug Hunter and the Attachment to Nature

Doug Hunter and the Attachment to Nature

Rowan & Sif places new works alongside the collectibles of celebrated print-maker and sculptor, Doug Hunter. Hunter not only was an honourary member of ‘Team Saskatchewan’, participating in snow sculpture competitions (and winning), but he also created the ‘Oskana’ sculpture, which still rests in Wascana Park.

Art, Art News
Repurposed in Canada

Marc Adornato: An Artist Repurposed in Canada

Thus was the beginning to my whirlwind introduction to the ravishing splendor of Marc Adornato, Canada’s newest sensation.

Art, Artists, Interviews
The Digital Divide and the Great Big Whatever

The Digital Divide and The Great Big Whatever

Too young, too young. Such a loss. Live fast, die in a Florida retirement home during the afternoon encore of Wheel of Fortune. Sex, Drugs and Rockefeller.

Commentary, Culture, Digital
The Art of Indian Handpainted Type

The Art of Indian Handpainted Type

HandpaintedType is a project that is dedicated to preserving the typographic practice of street painters around India.

Art, Art Shouts, Culture
A Set of Rusty Shackles

Smart Phone Sickness

Author Jessica Plhak discusses the impact of purchasing an iPhone on her personal and work life, and finds that the device is a sinister, addictive burden.

Commentary, Culture, Essays
Robert Adams 'Smoke'

“The Rise and the Fall” Perspectives on the Photography of Robert Adams

A Unique look at the stunning work of American photographer, Robert Adams.

Art, Art Shouts

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