It could be sort of the end of the world maybe If the more pessimistic interpretations of the Mayan calendar are right, we have less than a year before all of us become molecular building blocks in the great circle of life again. How will it happen? Who knows! It could be any given horrifying [...]
To celebrate our tenth issue and the one year anniversary of the WeSC store in Antwerp we’ve got a little treat for our loyal readers. Find your copy of POSTRmagazine #10 at the usual distribution points in Antwerp or Ghent and find a gift certificate inside! That’s right we’re giving away free money again but this time it’s actually worth something in the real world too.
So, our Department for Culture doesn’t think we’re critical enough, well allow us to correct that little misunderstanding, cut right to the chase and ask: “Which Cancer Would You Like?”.
If there’s one tip I can give blog owners it’s to check your stats from time to time. We here at POSTRmagazine are not men of numbers, we’re men of action so it’s no surprise that we don’t wake up every morning to check our daily analytics. Earlier this week I decided it was time to log into our Piwik Analytics and take a look at how many people had actually visited our website during the last month.
We are invited to do a presention on the future of print and the role of print in today’s communication on May 17 at Gent M, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 13 in Ghent.
We’re back like another season rerun of Friends which you’ll watch because it’s on at 8 and you just really need to kick back after a long day of work. In our latest issue, POSTRmagazine casts its scrutinizing gaze over the only industry that turns actual people into products without having to go to court for it: the entertainment business!
We asked a few different artists we like to create artwork from whatever inspiration they get from reading POSTRmagazine.
These creations will be shown in Antwerp at Art Space Leguit from March 18 ’till March 27.
We’re happy to announce we were invited by Zircumflex to participate in their Bookmark project. Zirkumflex is a Berlin based project platform. They present a selection of independent artists’ and publishers’ work from around the world in an exclusive collaboration.
The guys at World of Objects closed the competition lines and the answers are in! So, we hear you ask, who are the winners of those awesome NYC Garbage boxes by Gustin Gignac? Well without further ado here are the names of the 5 winners: