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Jesse Marinoff Reyes: Beer coaster, Griesedieck Western Brewery Co. (Belleville, IL) ca. 1950s-1960s.
by Jesse Marinoff Reyes ( Jesse Marinoff Reyes Design, Maplewood, N.J.) MLK DAY Cover of the Day : In this case, a 78 RPM album cover—when they actually were albums—of the great baritone (and great at most everything else: athlete, … Continue reading
by Art Chantry (email@example.com) i have no idea who or what Jasper Goodykoontz was. all i know is that he was a classic victorian american male, was full of incredible amounts of arcane information, and that he must have possessed … Continue reading
by Art Chantry ( firstname.lastname@example.org) ONE of the questions i inevitably get asked, no matter what sort of forum i’m in, is that old stand by: “so, what’s our favorite thing you’ve ever done?” so, how does somebody answer that? … Continue reading
Modernism has become retro…. by Art Chantry (email@example.com): For my money, the philosophical dialog of ‘modernism’ is probably the most important and the single most interesting and intriguing intellectual/creative discussion of the last century, maybe even in the history of … Continue reading