Category Archives: Social

Hannah Sohl and Rogue Climate: It’s A Rogue Thing: Bringing Climate Concerns Home

Red state or blue, the impacts of climate change are felt by all. Colorado Springs, where I attended college with today’s subject Hannah Sohl, provides a particularly stunning example of its true cost. The conservative city of half a million residents

Hannah Sohl and Rogue Climate: It’s A Rogue Thing: Bringing Climate Concerns Home

Red state or blue, the impacts of climate change are felt by all. Colorado Springs, where I attended college with today’s subject Hannah Sohl, provides a particularly stunning example of its true cost. The conservative city of half a million residents

IndieGoGo Roundup #2: Grizzly Bears, Breast Tattoos, and a Sprout Guerrilla

I’ve decided to switch to IndieGoGo for this and future monthly “roundups” since they seem to promote more philanthropic projects than KickStarter. What follows are the three most interesting altru-art-istic projects on the site right now. Bears, boobs, and lichens,

IndieGoGo Roundup #2: Grizzly Bears, Breast Tattoos, and a Sprout Guerrilla

I’ve decided to switch to IndieGoGo for this and future monthly “roundups” since they seem to promote more philanthropic projects than KickStarter. What follows are the three most interesting altru-art-istic projects on the site right now. Bears, boobs, and lichens,

Drew Cameron and Drew Matott: The Combat Paper Project

2004 was a big year for Drew Cameron. He had just returned home from an eight month tour of duty with the US Army in Iraq and moved to Vermont to start college. He enlisted in the National Guard, but

Drew Cameron and Drew Matott: The Combat Paper Project

2004 was a big year for Drew Cameron. He had just returned home from an eight month tour of duty with the US Army in Iraq and moved to Vermont to start college. He enlisted in the National Guard, but

Kick Starter Roundup #1: Woodworking, Erasers, and “Trashion”

Welcome to my new monthly feature: the Kickstarter Roundup! Though I aim to bring a project to life each week through research and an interview, sometimes your dad needs a hand moving, the whole state of Colorado is submerged in

Kick Starter Roundup #1: Woodworking, Erasers, and “Trashion”

Welcome to my new monthly feature: the Kickstarter Roundup! Though I aim to bring a project to life each week through research and an interview, sometimes your dad needs a hand moving, the whole state of Colorado is submerged in

Edward Adamson: The Adamson Collection

I love how these soothing geometric forms float back and forth to create a calm, colorful landscape. The blue-green orb bobbing in the center looks right back at the viewer and pleads, “I’m happy here. Please leave me be.” This

Edward Adamson: The Adamson Collection

I love how these soothing geometric forms float back and forth to create a calm, colorful landscape. The blue-green orb bobbing in the center looks right back at the viewer and pleads, “I’m happy here. Please leave me be.” This

Mary Rothlisberger with Camp Little Hope: The Bibotorium

Imagine the following:            “Where am I?” you wonder while descending into an otherworldly space bustling with activity. Sunlight slants through tall narrow windows, illuminating whimsical boat prototypes and the tools of their construction, hanging planters

Mary Rothlisberger with Camp Little Hope: The Bibotorium

Imagine the following:            “Where am I?” you wonder while descending into an otherworldly space bustling with activity. Sunlight slants through tall narrow windows, illuminating whimsical boat prototypes and the tools of their construction, hanging planters