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May 28, 2012

Mis(Fortune).

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Share This.In our words, Eric Fortune‘s work is best classified as post-apocalyptic surrealism. The Columbus, Ohio based artist creates an ominous, almost violent, atmosphere that clashes with his subjects’ serenity.

That Has to (Hertz).

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Share This.Graphic designer Viktor Hertz knows, that when it comes to advertising, there is a war going on for our minds. His series, Honest Logos, seeks to disarm the “enemy.”

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ May 28th, 2012. – June 3rd, 2012.

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Share This.Our month of celebration is coming to an end and with the way things have been going, it may just turn into a celebration all year long. This week’s book sees an exclusive interview with Gotham City paper artist Jean Seestadt; we’re also reviewing El-P’s buzzworthy Cure 4 Cancer and having a few words with Italian artist Claudio Parentela. Stay Tuned! Unflinchingly Yours, Quiet Lunch Staff.

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Share This.Imagine you could just, I don’t know, plug in a device to your computer at your cubicle during a Quiet Lunch and play your favorite Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo games. What if you could get a quick break by playing a round of Street Fighter II’ Special Edition with James, who is always talking smack about his ‘old school’ Bison skills at the cooler every Tuesday? How, you Read More

Bottle Cap Assassins.

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Share This.What you are about to see is a video inspired by a film from Songs of the Early Riser, an exhibit by artist Adam Young. Chris Sumers, who was a part of the film in Adam’s exhibit, decided to make it all one worthwhile video. Adam originally had 4 different edits looping at the show in his installation, but this edit is a compilation of Sumer’s favorite clips from the three Read More