I just wrote a long blog post about designing these two newspapers for Martha Rosler's GIANT garage sale: http://kellianderson.com/blog/2012/11/newspapers/
And they are free, in the atrium at MoMA for the next two days too! Wooo hoo. Big-enormous-intimidating-project-with-lots-of-people-and-institutions-and-feelings = DONE
over 1 year ago
LOVE IT Kelli, love the multiply.
MON-U-MENTAL. Nice job.
Nice layout. Appreciate the mono-color application. MoMa part is icing on the cake - way to go!
Holy crap SO BEAUTIFUL
this turned out so nice. I wish I had a printed version to see all of the details in full. Well done!
Looks great! Really enjoyed reading the blog!
You did an amazing job on this. I'll just drive up to NYC to grab me one.
You're insanely brilliant.
@kellianderson good lord, this is beautiful.
A great post! I'm trying to design a blog site something like this for a long time but never got that chance. Your post inspired me a lot and also there is some awesome references for me to start a new blog design based on traditional newspaper styles.
Thanks a lot again.
This looks amazing, I would love to get my hands on a printed version.
Great work @kellianderson. I just spent a good hour of my day marveling at all the details and thoughts behind it.
Cranking out amazing work as usual.
1 - This is perfect.
2 - How did you get it to load up as several pictures/slideshow!?
that looks like a lot of work! Great job planning it through!
@Joshua Rainwater 1- :) 2 - it is an animated gif that I made in photoshop using the timeline panel
Great work Kelli! I'd love to get my hands on a printed copy.
Amazing job. A shame to read it's only distributed for two days!
@Adam Mann well, they were distributed for two weeks but I only was able to cram in a blog post on Thursday. :(. But I owe you one! Want to send your address my way???
I recently watched your TED video. I found it extremely valuable and insightful. You put into words what most of us hold intrinsically and have no idea how to share sometimes.....
about 1 year ago
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