The 2018 Biennial theme Open Archive sparks a multitude of thoughts and inspiration. Behind each curated show, featured photograph, and careful performance lie layers of narrative and woven experience, charged with texture and intertextuality. Find out why exploring the material behind this year’s exhibitions only adds to the intrigue—and the richness of the conversation.
Courting consumers to embark upon a tailored journey of seamless experiences isn’t just a “strategy,” it’s a 21st century demand.
Artist C. Jacqueline Wood is a force for film in the Queen City. As a guest curator in FotoFocus’s upcoming Biennial, this October Wood will share her take on the theme Open Archive, with more than 20 screenings of film and video work at her brainchild the Mini Microcinema on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine—playing for the public throughout the month ...
Drew Klein is performance art at the Contemporary Arts Center. Bringing an international sensibility to the Cincinnati scene, Klein’s curations and commissions have been nothing shy of existential, provocative—and absolutely stunning. From Takahiro Yamamoto’s Direct Path to Detour to Jens Lekman’s Ghostwriting project, the Performing Arts Director has proven tireless in his quest for extraordinary art that asks us stretch our minds.
When it comes to models of creativity and connection, there are plenty of inspiring storytellers, businesses, and agencies that have led the way across various industries and media. Here, we've pulled together some bastions of authenticity — companies doing authentic well — to motivate us and keep us striving for a little more real in our every day.
Careful craftsmanship, thoughtful branding and overall attention to aesthetic detail have made the high-end, custom men’s jeans from Noble Denim a hit in the Midwest…and beyond. We caught up with the entrepreneurial couple, Abby and Chris Sutton, to get their story, learn how they’ve managed to rise to the top...
It's true — stock content is surely a twenty-first century phenomenon. It's part of the very fabric of the coveted communication machine we all call "the Internet." And while "stock" may be a dirty word for some, it's also the secret weapon in most creative professionals' arsenals.
Concepted and edited this series of HOW eBooks aimed at the interactive (web) designer, and wrote all marketing copy.
Ah, the ice cream truck — a quintessential slice of childhood and archetype of leisurely summer days. But there’s more to the story than simply serving up cool treats. Through the decades, ice cream truck design has used playful, memorable elements to wow salivating customers and stand out among the competition. Here we have the scoop on the well-designed truck, how these sweet fleets got their start, and the whimsical, deliberate designs that continue to lure crowds street side today.
The MOO Blog | Whether you’re hoping to attract new customers, inject some newness into your masthead or maintain your market position, a brand refresh may be in order.
It’s never been easier to park your smart car on San Francisco streets! Check out Print’s app review of Smart Spots, an app by design firm, Hub Strategy.