A few of my books will be on display at the Art of Zines show at Anno Domini in San Jose this month. The reception is happening right now!
Thank you to Cherri Lakey for the invitation to participate.
Anno Domini presents…
ART OF ZINES 2013
Art of Zines 2013 featuring hundreds of zines from basements, bedrooms and midnight copy shops from throughout the US and abroad. Come check out these diy, cut-and-paste, copied-on-the-cheap, hand-folded, self-distributed gems that continue to surface because someone, somewhere feels the need to express themselves.
Several zine makers will be on site with their latest issues for sale.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 3rd, 7-11pm RSVP
Exhibition dates: May 3–30, 2013
Opening Reception is part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS monthly art walk, May 3, 2013. View the full schedule of exhibitions at participating venues: http://www.southfirstfridays.com
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A few of my books will be available at Father Tween and the Holy Zine this Friday at the Sicky Nar Nar Gallery in Savannah, Georgia (125 W Duffy St).
Offbeat, independent and hand made. That’s the way I like it.
Thank you to Logan Crable for the invitation to participate!
If you’re in Oakland this month, my prints are part of a mini-feature at Interface Gallery.
Interface Gallery is located in the Temescal District of North Oakland in Temescal Alley @ 486 49th Street (between Telegraph Avenue and Clarke Street).
HOURS | Wed-Sun | 1-6 pm
There’s a nice little write-up here: Gallery Store
Edicola (in person)
987 1/2 Market St (at 6th St) San Francisco, CA
Thursday + Friday 4-7 | Saturday + Sunday 12-5
artist books, amazing things, custom printing
Interface Gallery (in person)
Temescal Alley @ 486 49th Street Oakland, CA
(between Telegraph Avenue and Clarke Street).
Wed-Sun | 1-6 pm
Telegraph Gallery (in person)
110 4th St N.E. Charlottesville, VA 29902
Screen printed posters, comics, nice people
buy yourself a damn shirt, books too
Printed Matter, Inc. (online + in person)
195 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10011
After writing all the copy for The First Human Gene, I found out that a peptide hormone was the “first” human gene sequenced - oops! I believe CTFR was the first gene sequenced using a reverse genetics approach, i.e. they did not know the protein before looking for the gene, they found the gene first and determined the protein afterward.
Nucleotide sequence of a human gene coding for a polypeptide hormone.
Trans Assoc Am Physicians. 1977; 90:109-16.
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