Print All Over Me Launches ‘Endowment for Extraordinary Design’

Artists and designers, get up to $2000 worth of PAOM credit

Since its incarnation, DIY platform Print All Over Me (PAOM) has been bringing the wildest ideas to life—design the bucket hat or neoprene trench of your fancy, no fashion degree or bulk order required. Not only do they do host collaborations with designers like Annie Larson (the above lookbook photos, another example, are from a collection made with Tumblr for New York Fashion Week), much …

A Wilder Life

Print magazine Wilder Quarterly guides readers back to nature in their first book

Since launching in 2011, Wilder Quarterly has been rousing genuine excitement about growing and gardening in people who typically encounter more software bugs than the natural kind. Nearly five years later, the print magazine (now on a bi-annual publishing schedule and dropping the “Quarterly” from its name) has put together its first book, “A Wilder Life.” It’s a beautiful guide that doesn’t overwhelm or bore, …

Recap: Satellite’s Artist-Run Space at Miami Art Week 2015

Nearly 40 groups and galleries took over the derelict oceanfront hotel and tossed inhibition out the windows

If you’re measuring in internet time, Miami Art Week 2015 is long over, but there was one show we can’t get out of our minds—the inaugural Satellite Art Show. A brainchild of Brian Whiteley (founder of the now-defunct SELECT Art Fair), the brand new fair situated itself far from the on-edge crowds in South Beach. Closer to its partners Miami Project and Art on Paper, …