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Public Print Lab, a new minstallation by Post-Typography Opens Saturday March 15, 4-6 PM

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Minstallation Gallery at the Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore

Avant garde design subversives Nolen Strals and Bruce Willen, aka Post Typography, convert the gallery into a miniature, quasi-automated, open source publishing house. Images emailed to a given address during the run of the exhibition will print out in the gallery and be bound and published as a book at its end. Making waves nationally since 2001, Post Typography has received numerous fancy design awards and been featured in such publications as Ellen Lupton’s Thinking With Type and D.I.Y.: Design It Yourself, The Art of Modern Rock, Metropolis magazine, and Taschen’s Contemporary Graphic Design. They specialize in conceptual typography and custom lettering, with forays into art, apparel, music, curatorial work and vandalism. Technical assistance for Public Print Lab provided by Justin Blemly of beatbots.com, DIY media resource for Baltimore, DC and beyond.

ABOUT PUBLIC PRINT LAB:
http://publicprintlab.com/

ABOUT POST-TYPOGRAPHY:
http://www.posttypography.com/

ABOUT THE MINSTALLATION GALLERY:
http://minstallation.blogspot.com/

The Minstallation Gallery at the Creative Alliance has already staked its position as the region’s most vibrant miniature installation space. Emerging and established artists are encouraged to spread their wings in this intimate yet ambitious gallery, with 225 square inches of floor space and generous 14 inch ceilings.

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