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Join us for the Opening reception of Rent MONEY art show at Zeitgeist Arts lobby from 5-8p tonight April 30!
Our Drop the Needle print was chosen to be a part of the Homegrown Music Festival art show on display from April 29th – May 6th 2012 in the Zinema 2 theater lobby in Duluth, MN. If you are new to the Homegrown Music Festival, it is Duluth’s annual showcase of local music and art. It features about 150 musical acts, along with a few filmmakers and other artists — and a bunch of beer. Get out and enjoy it!
View the Homegrown schedule here:
We are excited to part of the No Coast show this weekend
The No Coast Craft-o-Rama is a craft event that began in December 2005 as a way to feature a variety of designers, artists, crafters and other talented creators of unique handmade goods. It’s coming up in 2011 on Friday, December 2 (3 p.m. to 8 p.m.) and Saturday, December 3 (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) at the Midtown Global Exchange building. Be sure to come by and see some of the finest artisans and crafters around.
December 2nd + 3rd 2011
Midtown Global Market
Swing by The Medium Control booth
Controlled chaos is an understatement. The Humans have been busier than ever. Many new fun Medium Control ventures in the works that are deploying this month. Currently they are in transit to Austin for the Renegade show. Tomorrow we’ll post a couple shots of the booth and some sneak peaks at some of the new designs and products.
Know any Texas or Austin heads – send them over. We will be slinging goods all Saturday and Sunday. Cheers and hopefully a couple beers.
Medium Control Goods will be at the BUST Magazine Craftacular this Sunday in NYC. Stop by and get that holiday shopping wrapped up if you are in the area.
HOLIDAY 2010 CRAFTACULAR
December 12, 10a – 8p
125 West 18th St
New York, NY 10011
Come early and score one of 500+ free goodie bags. Stay late and enjoy
raffle prizes, special guests, DIY demos, DJs, dancing, tasty drinks, and
Meet best-selling author and comedian Amy Sedaris and pick up a signed
copy of her new book!
The Fall chill seems to be here for good, which reminds us of a nice warm time in Chicago. This past September the Humans spent two action packed days slinging Goods at the Renegade Chicago show. Big thanks to the Renegade folks, family for helping with the booth setup, and to all who stopped by the booth – much appreciated.
Show pictures viewable HERE.
Medium Control Goods hit the road this past weekend. We have been noticeably absent from our daily ranting due to the churning wheels of production. The Humans were busy designing and building a 6×8′ booth that would display all their new bags, metal prints and t-shirts. After a long week of late evenings I sent the Humans packing so I could get some rest while they headed out to sell some goods. They told me the show (thetalentshowmn.com) held at the rau+barber studio was a great experience and everyone was excited to see all the new Watson goods (of course). Thanks to all who ventured out to the show – we appreciate it. Enter the booth HERE.
More from PLASTIC VIEWS. As mentioned previously, the Humans currently have an art show on display the entire month of March at Pizza Luce in Duluth, Minnesota. For those we may not be able to attend in person the Humans wanted to share some images from the show. Here are the black and white lomography images currently on display. Each image is printed on brushed sheet metal, float mounted, and ready to hang on your wall. Printing on metal is an interesting alternative to paper. Metal prints are can be hung without frame or glass for a less traditional approach to displaying photography. Enjoy some black and white HERE.
If anyone happens to be in the Duluth, MN area during the month of March, stop by Pizza Luce and check out our new show, PLASTIC VIEWS. Plastic Views steps away from the computer and digital photography, focusing on the unique aspects of film. All photos in the show have been taken over the last ten years by a plastic holga or diana camera with medium format 120/220 film. These particular plastic cameras are known for their cheap plastic bodies, light leaks, random in/out of focusing and natural vignettes. To push this lomo photography based concept further most shots were taken with expired film, providing a unique color base and saturation on it’s own. The images were then printed on metal, with either a brush metal base or white enamel which determines the white balance of the image. A rather surreal view into photography as we step further and further down the digital road.
Plastic Views also takes into perspective the day after day monotony of working as a designer behind a plastic computer screen. Presenting works made from help of the hand and not the keyboard, which include: india ink and watercolor, wood working pieces and others.
Thanks for the support.
View the Black & White Metal Prints HERE