Less is More: Zelda, Metroid, OlliOlli, and the Rhythm Demake

Less is More: Zelda, Metroid, OlliOlli, and the Rhythm Demake

In his 2012 essay “Saving Zelda,” Tevis Thompson takes the Legend of Zelda series—of which he is a lifelong fan—to task. “Zelda sucks, and it has sucked for a long time,” he writes, not so much as to incite fan rage, but to lay what we all maybe suspect on the table:...
Middle Class Aspirations in the Studio

Middle Class Aspirations in the Studio

It must have been some late summer day, when there was finally enough to eat and most of the larger predators were sleeping in the shade still digesting lunch, that some enterprising neanderthal looking for a new hovel chanced upon something exciting and new, yet...
Edition #35

Edition #35

Performance Art Craze Grips Rural Wisconsin Temporary Driftless Residents Show Performative Streak Move over cheese, there’s a new sheriff in town. Lately the Driftless region of southwest Wisconsin has been teeming with performance art. This development is due in...
On the Street: Garry Winogrand

On the Street: Garry Winogrand

The Garry Winogrand retrospective had been full of images chosen and printed in Winogrand’s lifetime, as well as chosen and printed posthumously without Winogrand’s permission; he, who can only be assumed to have been a city person, had the reputation of...