Friday’s Twitter Roundup | 10.9.09

October 9, 2009 · Print This Article

PhotobucketOn this week’s roundup I discovered dresses that are made for cats, Pruned gave their plans for a 2118 Chicago winter Olympics, and I found Chicago Ganters’ badass album cover for Gansterlove. If you haven’t checked it out yet go see Philip von Zweck: The Fortieth Anniversary of the First Anniversary in May ’68 at Threewalls before it closes this Saturday. Have a good weekend.

Chicago Gansters = Badass album cover.

Design Council Image Database “was formed to educate the British public about good design” We need one of these. 

Plural Blog has some previews for the latest issue of Lumpen. 

Cat Fashion | http://bit.ly/2blYUQ

RT @threewalls Philip von Zweck: The Fortieth Anniversary of the First Anniversary in May ’68 (in September)..ending this Saturday!!!

Potentially Boring | “Between the Folds” a documentary on origami.

@art21‘s new season starts tonight but what I really want to watch is ESPN’s 30 on 30. Tonight a doc on Wayne Gretzky. 

I don’t feel so good about the full Kirsten Dunst, Murakami thing.

Just received an email from my mom. She just got the latest J Crew catalog in the mail and asked “Where are the female artists.” Good point.

Joe Fusaro has an interview with Janine Antoni on @art21. 

IDLM has some cool work and an interview with Shin Murayama. Sort of Hannibal Lecter meets Sports Chalet. 

@pruned gives their vision for a Chicago 2018 Winter Olympics bid. http://tiny.cc/Eu5mn

RT kingstitt More reminders on the state of Chicago art criticism from @badatsports. well said @ClaudineIse:

I haven’t purchased a Taschen book in a while but am thinking of picking this up. 

Alan Moore has a new journal out called Dodgem Logic.