We took to the roof on Wednesday with some pals to take in the various firework displays (professional and otherwise) taking place in the urban basin. I snapped these two photos (amongst others, but those didn't turn out as well). Hope everyone is enjoying their weird short week.
This is a video I had the pleasure of working on as a member of the Queen City Project, handling the editing and some of the photography duties. It premeired at the CEOs for Cities 2012 National Meeting here in Cincinnati, and it highlights the entrepreneurial awesomeness that's going on here in town. The awesome organizations involved, which I urge you to check out are:
Mamluft and Co.
Such & Such
As we continue to settle in to the new Libre spot on Main St, we're not letting a silly thing like unpacking get in the way of our productivity. We've knocked out three sharp posters over the past week, which you have no doubt noticed above. The Smith Westerns poster is currently hanging proudly at MOTR anticipating the sure to bonkers show on Saturday. The Javelin and MPMF Indie Summer prints were finished off last night, and will make their debut on the square tonight (Friday 6/3 for the You, You're Awesome (CD Release!) & Javelin show.
Tonight's festivities kick-off the summer long MPMF Indie Summer Series which bring high quality rock & roll to Fountain Square every Friday night. Libre plans on having a strong presence on the Square, with a new print each week, with a smattering of t-shirts and other hand-printed goods for your consumption.
As reward for getting yourself down to the Square and supporting the excellent MPMF.11 we'll be selling posters at a discounted price than you'll find at our shop (launching next week). See you on the square (and at MOTR).
Eat Local for the Globe poster contest. Posters were limited to one color and simply needed to express the theme of "Eat Local." I did not win, but was pleased with the results, so I thought I'd share. Maybe we'll do a run of something similar at Libre, we shall see. Congrats to the winners!
So, today was the big Go OTR 5K (which I participated in by drinking coffee and making the timelapse you see above) and Summer Celebration over on Vine. Seemed to be a great turnout for both, I wandered about and had a morlein brew and some Taco Azul tacos and enjoyed the rapturous weather.
the National show at Music Hall last weekend and took the point-and-shoot along. Got mostly bad ones, but here's a few good ones. The show was part of the excellent 6th annual Music Now Festival, which curated by the National's Bryce Dessner.
Matt Moore's XYZ Axis Mural behind the YES Gallery on Clay St.