Behold! The horror!
So fuzzy! So friendly!
I guess this means we have to think of a new name for it. What’s a good name for a Yeti who loves the taste of toner and text?
Here is the Yeti-fication in action:
Here is a lovely little one-sheet zine made by Lauren Hamilton…
Check out these awesome homemade To-Do Lists by B.T. Livermore.Â He made them on the Bindfast 5!Â You can learn to make your own custom paper pads by taking the BindFast class.Â The next class is on February 24th, 2010. Â Â You can sign up for it HERE.
A few nights ago I was rifling through the â€œWorkâ€ section of the zine library and came across a little book I have always wished existed. Itâ€™s too good to be true: the compiled incident report log from Petersonâ€™s convenience store.
I know Petersonâ€™s as the crowded little store you stop in to buy chocolate milk …
This is a space for IPRC members to let everybody peek through this keyhole at what they’ve been working on.Â It’s a place for us to get a chance to see some of the work that other members are making, as well as a place to share our own projects.Â It is also a showcase …
Tonight Alex Wrekk released issues 24 and 25 of her epic zine Brainscan.
There was a lovely crowd in attendance and an open mic followed the event.
more photos at our flickr page
Hey folks, check out Amelia’s project on Kickstarter at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/789952751/do-good-work-and-dont-make-enemies . Â She’s raising money to interview an 85-old artist in upstate New York, and then write his biography. Â This project and Kickstarter in general are very much in line with the IPRC’s DIY ethos.
The results are in! Hold on to your masks!
First Place: Becca
Second Place: (Tied) Luna and Matthew
Third Place: Joel
Honorary Mention: Patrick
Here are some examples!
Moe (on the far left):
Some of our participants and our guest judge Carrot Quinn (on the far right):
Check them out here!
Whew, what a weekend.
IPRC volunteers and staff spent all of Saturday and Sunday under the cruel lights of the Oregon Convention Center, tabling for annual book revival Wordstock. The crowd at Wordstock is a funny mix ranging from very established literary celebrities to young kids in trenchcoats who tack the moniker â€œPublished Authorâ€ onto the …