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Weekend Heller: Trolling the Info for Bleu Migration

For a wonderful website experience visit Frances Jetter here. And for a moving gallery experience visit Jetter’s New York exhibition at VanDeb Editions here or in person. Her “Works on Paper” opens on October 10 through November 9. Below is Jetter’s Troll (linocut). Now you don’t have to imagine a troll at your table. It’s that time again for those looking into grad schools to attend open houses and info sessions. This is the one that I do with Lita Talarico. Join us in person or online here.

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Weekend Heller: Modern Dog Loosing Patience, Ruskie Kidski Bookski

In this Weekend Heller, read an update on the ongoing (read more here) Modern Dog Design lawsuit against Jaya Apparel Group, Target and Disney and Heller’s discussion of the upcoming “INSIDE THE RAINBOW” which includes over 250 brilliant examples of illustration and design which are complemented by some wonderful translations of poems and stories as well as texts from the victims, criminals and witnesses to the Russian revolution.

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Weekend Heller: Realism, Plaigarism, CreativeMorningism

Hell, Frankenstein and Type Société Réaliste is a Paris-based cooperative created by Ferenc Gróf and Jean-Baptiste Naudy in 2004. Developing exhibitions, publications and conferences, Société Réaliste works with political design, experimental economy, territorial ergonomy, and social engineering consulting. They are …

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Weekend Heller: Radical Toothbrush, Arab Symbol

Leen Sader has not reinvented the wheel, but she has a green option for the standard toothbrush. Beyond the Cloth: The Kafiye Project opens on September 8. Learn more in this edition of the Weekend Heller.

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Weekend Heller: Jan Sawka, Richard Nixon, Food Stuff

Jan Sawka, Out of Exile The Polish emigre illustrator and painter Jan Sawka (1946-2012) will be remembered in the exhibition “Reflections on Everyman: The Work of Jan Sawka,” opening September 12 through December 14, 2013. Curated by Evonne M. Davis …