Last month, artist, writer, and editor Dushko Petrovich launched Adjunct Commuter Weekly, “the first magazine devoted to the lifestyle needs and shared interests of a rapidly growing and increasingly influential demographic.”
Each edition of the Fitchburg, Massachusetts, newspaper this month has one of 26 typographers designing a letter from the alphabet, and writers contributing poetry and stories inspired by that letter.
Equally wild and soft, the book art of UK artist Louisa Boyd is an animated discourse on the distress and destruction of analog media. She breaks and reconstructs books into sculpture, wondering loudly with the rest of us, what’s going on with the world of print? In a book lover’s nightmares, libraries look like the modern car-yards of Detroit, empty and steaming. With ruins of pages and pages flipping open in a breeze. Where are we headed?