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Think of it as web-enhanced grassroots guerilla art.

On the first of every month, a new collaboration is posted for you to download. Free.

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"A Poem by Brian McGuigan"
Poem by Kate Lebo
Art by Sarah Van Sanden
Broadsided July 1, 2014


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Collaborators' Q&A:

Bsided: Have you ever written work that has been inspired by visual art?
Poet Kate Lebo: When I've written about visual art, it's been about the materials—the paint and canvas and solvents. Right now, I'm more inspired by what makes things than than made thing itself.
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Meet The Collaborators:

Poet Kate Lebo's poems have appeared in Best New Poets 2011, AGNI Online, and Poetry Northwest among other journals, and she's the recipient of a Nelson Bentley Fellowship, a grant from 4Culture, and numerous writing residencies. After earning her MFA from the University of Washington in June 2012, she opened Pie School, a cliche-busting pastry academy. In 2013, Chin Music Press published her first book, A Commonplace Book of Pie, based on her best-selling zine of the same name.

Artist Sarah Van Sanden lives in Seattle, where she takes every opportunity to relish in urban nature. She has studied visual art, botany and design and makes her living designing and building landscapes. In her spare time she works on various creative projects with plants and plant materials.

Broadsided relies on YOU to move this work into the world. As of this month, we've moved all our Vector info onto a Tumblr page—pictures, quotes, inspiration, and the big map (which looks better than ever!).

You don't need to "join" to look or even to share pictures and stories with us and with each other.

Check it out and tell us what you think of Broadsided or about your Vectorizing adventures.

6/1/14
"Monkey"

Art by Amy Meissner
Poem by Dara-Lyn Shrager

5/1/14
"Disappear"

Art by Maura Cunningham
Poem by Philip Schaefer

4/1/14
"The Second Fallacy"

Art by Amy Meissner
Poem by C. Dale Young
Design by Debbie Nadoleny

3/1/14
"This is life"

Art by Kevin Morrow
Poem by Gabby Bates
Design by Sarah Van Sanden

2/1/14
"It Is"

Art by Douglas Culhane
Poem by Suzanne Marie Hopcroft

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• Catherine Pierce & Ira Joel Haber
• Willie Lin & Janice Redman
• Maria Hummel & Elizabeth Terhune
• Jill Osier & Kara Jean Searcy

 

 

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