It’s been a while since I’ve shamelessly promoted an event on here, and I owe it to you loyal followers (hello.. anyone out there?) to participate in another art show and drag you all out to it.
Usually I throw some teaser out there yada yada but it’s Friday! No rules! Here’s the whole thing!
Got the privilege of designing the Senior Seminar Presentation literature for the Communication Design program at my alma mater, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis. Which is a mouthful. Here’s me with the poster and a matching jacket.
Since I haven’t seem the physical pamphlets at all yet, I’ll hold off on showing the complete design.. I guess consider this a teaser or something? For more, check out the seniors’ stuff on Monday!
These posters are all obviously pretty similar so one of these days I will learn to stop posting them, but more than admiring my chalk art, I would really love for you all to come out to this event! I 0have been so impressed so far with the work Kitchen Kulture has been putting out there, they have a real commitment to local, delicious, ‘intentional’ food and have been receiving some amazing press from Feast Magazine and The St. Louis Beacon. This Sunday at Sump Coffee. See you there!
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for.. Kitchen Kulture‘s gourmet food tastings are about to officially be paired with Sump Coffee‘s impeccable coffee flavors, resulting in a blend of awesome and delish. It’s this Sunday, and then many Sundays to come. I’ll be (ughhhh) in NY but all else should attend enthusiastically. Andalsohereisaposterimade.
Tuan Lee, photo extraordinaire, will be putting together some gorgeous images that push the line between fashion and fine art at a First Friday show, happening Feb 1, at Bruno David Gallery. Insanely cool image by Tuan. Dinky type by Zoë.
I’ve been lucky enough to work lately with Kitchen Kulture, a pop-up gourmet food shop that offers freezable but delicious meals for you to take home.
In this poster we decided to play off of their chalkboard menu, the device they use to communicate with their customers at their most consistant location – the Tower Grove Farmer’s Market. We really liked how it highlighted their nomadic nature as well as their homemade, high-quality values.
Sloup is BACK. This month, we will be headed over to UpCycle Exchange, a pay-as-you-wish craft store which is the bomb on South Grand. We’ll be crafting some last minute stocking stuffers (man sometimes I think xmas would be sooo fun) as well as sippin on some homemade soup and kombucha provided by William Pauley from the kitchen of Blood & Sand. See you there/submit proposals today!