Nancy Rosen, More is More
Saturday, December 11th
10am to 5pm, Free
Coffee & Snacks
Enjoy the closing of our final show of the year with family and friends!
The Family Room
1821 W Hubbard, 202
Chicago IL, 60622
Saturday, Oct 23
9pm, doors at 8:30pm
Elementary Princess of Evil: RYAN INGEBRITSEN (electronics) & ERICA DICKER (violin)
NICK BUTCHER (electronics)
KATHERINE YOUNG (bassoon and electronics)
The Family Room
1821 W Hubbard, 202
Chicago, IL 60622
More is More
Friday, October 8, 2010
More Is More, in the Family Room, represents a diverse and expansive taste of Nancy Rosen’s endless collection—a wide variety of little things. Join us for art, beer, coffee snacks and so much more.
Thursday July 15th from 7pm-11pm
at The Family Room
1821 W Hubbard St. # 202
Join us pre-Pitchfork/Flatstock to celebrate the work of two of the longest names in poster art, Delicious Design League and Aesthetic Apparatus, as they join forces to create Cantankerous Hellfighter – a collection of collaborative prints, paper toys, apparel and test prints. Only one rule applies: NO GIG POSTERS!
Both design studios share similar histories and paths to glory. For example, both shops were started by two heterosexual life mates living together and running a shop out of their basements; both utilize original and found content in their design in unique and novel ways; both give better hugs than handshakes.
Please come and enjoy Cantankerous Hellfighter, another show exploiting The Post Family’s continued fascination with the space between form and function.
performance by Hot Club of St. Francis
Art Interview #002 Julia Vodrey Hendrickson
Studio Tour #010 Emily Clayton
Studio Tour #009 Viktor Timofeev
Photo Journal: IPRC
5 letterpresses, 2 galleries and 1 giant zine library. ’Nuff said.
Hamilton Woodtype Museum
Music Interview #005 - Zach Hill
Music Interview #004 - Mayer Hawthorne
Here’s James Harry Ewert Jr. with the 411 on Mayer Hawthorne. Figured it would be good to put up right before his sold out show at Congress Theater on Friday April 2nd here in Chicago.
Studio Tour #008 - Michael Rea
Music Interview #003 - Icy Demons
Studio Tour #007 - Space 1026
Music Interview #002 - Tim Fite
Studio Tour #007 - Jay Ryan | The Bird Machine
NY Art Book Fair Review
We asked our friends over at Golden Age to do a little best of review of the NY Art Book Fair. Below is the result.
Music Interview #001 - Why?
Studio Tour #006 - Will Bryant
The beautiful man you see pictured above is Will Bryant. He is magnificent. Sam and I were lucky enough to meet Will when we were down at SXSW and we hit if off. Unfortunately, we got to his place after dark so the photos are not the most beautiful things you have ever seen but the interview makes up for it. Anyway… let’s cut to the chase. Y’all ready? I now present to you Sir William “Fancy Pants” Byant.
This Is God's Love
Prints from Rod’s show at the COOP are available at the store!
Studio Tour #005 - Nancy Rosen
Studio Tour #004 - Cody Hudson
Art Interview #001 - Richard Colman
One of my favorites, Richard Colman, was in town recently and I had the pleasure of meeting him. I talked too much. We agreed on some things. The result of all of it is this interview. Mr. Colman has a show up at Phaiz here in Chicago until the end of March. Read the interview and then peep the show. It is worth it.
Studio Tour #003 - Aesthetic Apparatus
Studio Tour #002 - Studio On Fire
Studio Tour #001 - Delicious Design League