In Philadelphia, solar powered, compacting garbage cans that one has to touch to open? Embarrassing to say the least….
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I recently traveled to Syracuse with Steve Powers and company to paint 3 train trestles on the border of the near west side and downtown neighborhoods, see more pics HERE
Megawords will be celebrating the release of our thirteenth issue with a party as part of the annual Art & Soul Food celebration in Brewerytown. We’re also putting together a street level installation inside an old news stand on the corner of 27th and Girard. Come check it out and grab a copy of the latest issue!
Saturday June 12
2 till 6pm
27th and Girard
Directions and more info here.
This issue of Megawords features work by Gary Fogelson, Rebekah Maysles, LeJosh, ourselves, and a very important essay entitled Teen Sex Energy / Land Money Power by Matt Schwartz.
If you can’t make it to the party, get your copy of the magazine here: www.megawordsmagazine.com
Issue 13 is now available! Get a copy here: http://megawordsmagazine.com/shop/example-category/issue-thirteen/
This issue of Megawords features work by Gary Fogelson, Rebekah Maysles, LeJosh, ourselves, and a very important essay entitled Teen Sex Energy by Matt Schwartz.
INSPIRATION AND CREATIVITY TALKS AT RUTGERS CAMDEN
This month at Rutgers Camden Diana Lind, editor and publisher of Next American City magazine, will talk about her career in independent media and how the next generation of web entrepreneurs are changing life in cities.
Diana Lind is the editor in chief of Next American City,a national urban affairs magazine and non-profit with the mission of promoting socially, economically and environmentally sustainable cities. Prior to joining Next American City, Ms. Lind wrote about architecture for Architectural Record, and authored the book Brooklyn Modern: Architecture, Interiors & Design. She received her B.A. from Cornell University, her M.F.A. from Columbia University and has lectured at Drexel University, University of Windsor, and the Creative Cities Summits, among other places.
Please join us!
April 22, 2010
In preparation for the upcoming Shadfest at Penn Treaty Park, LeJosh has taken it upon himself to bring some color to Columbia Ave under I-95, a main walking corridor from the Fishtown neighborhood to the park. Stop by and check out his progress, he’ll even give you a brush and some paint if you’d like to help out.