Lumpen Magazineis a news and culture magazine featuring the work of emerging and established artists and writers. It features editorials, interviews, and reviews focused on current events and emerging cultural trends. Published monthly until 1998, it is now quarterly. Lumpen Magazine #136 is the Protest Poster edition. "We put the call out to our friends and allies to create and design some posters that you can put in your window, wheat-paste outside or hang on your wall. It’s our hope that by amplifying these messages we can demonstrate solidarity and incite action on multiple fronts." The issue contains three dozen 12.75” x 19.5” posters made by: Aaron Hughes, Adi Goodrich, Alex Hupp, Alvaro Illizarde, Christopher Dazzo, Clay Hickson, Dale Zine, Die Shop, Derek Weber, Drew Ryan, Eliza Weber, Firebelly, FTSNYN, Hayley Grimes, Kathleen Borkowski, Liana Jegers, Michael Freimuth, Noel Mercado, Ray Noland, Reuben Kincaid, Ryan Duggan, Savithri Velega, Shapes & Colors Dept, Two Tone Comix, William Estrada, Zach Halfhill, Zipeng Zhu. Editorial Team: Louie Capozzoli, Jeremiah Chiu, Ed Marszewski, Drew Ryan Design by: Louie Capozzoli and Jeremiah Chiu Dimensions: 9.75 x 11.75" Materials: Newsprint
Public Media Institute (Bridgeport)
PMI is a non-profit 501(c) 3 community based, art & culture organization located in the neighborhood of Bridgeport. Their mission is to create, incubate and sustain innovative cultural programming through the production of socially engaged projects, festivals, spaces, exhibitions, and media. PMI has published several periodicals including Proximity Magazine, the international arts and culture journal, as well as Lumpen magazine, Materiel Magazine, and Mash Tun Journal. Their main exhibition facility is the experimental cultural center, Co-Prosperity: a 5,000 + sq ft visual arts and performance space that is also home to Lumpen Radio WPLN/105.5 FM. The Buddy store is the newest arm of the PMI non-profit.
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