by the minneapolis egotist / October 8, 2019 /
by the minneapolis egotist / September 20, 2019 /
Design Camp is a unique conference where industry folk take their professions and passions to the great outdoors. Premier thinkers, speakers, and design icons come together in the majestic beauty of northern Minnesota to give you a weekend to refresh and jump-start your creativity.
Find your inspiration in the north woods: Design Camp will gather designers, artists, art directors, copywriters, web developers, students, educators, and other creative-minded folks who are ready to learn [Read More]
by the minneapolis egotist / September 17, 2019 /
by the minneapolis egotist / September 4, 2019 /
Get all the deets on our Events page.[Read More]
by the minneapolis egotist / August 7, 2019 /
Leif, the show spokesduck, says, “Save the date. Don’t miss the 4th annual Posters for Parks show on September 28 at Royal Foundry Craft Spirits.”
It’s one of the best reasons to look forward to fall. Follow along with artist promos and sneak peeks on the Facebook event page, and show your support for Minneapolis Parks.[Read More]
by Egotist / July 25, 2019 /
Katie Kirk and Nathan Strandberg, the husband-and-wife design team behind the creative studio called Eight Hour Day, recently launched Club Kiddo, an art and apparel brand based on imaginary clubs for real kids.
Inspired by the idea of secret societies and a love of people coming together over shared passions, Katie and Nate set out to create a gender-neutral, modern kids brand—inspired by kiddos, for kiddos—celebrating who they are, what they’re into, and where they’ve been ([Read More]
by the minneapolis egotist / July 16, 2019 /
Riding a bike is an exercise in discovery. Moving through streets and along pathways on two wheels, we see the sights, surprises, and secrets of a city that go by in a blur when we’re in cars — even when that city is the place we call home.
by the minneapolis egotist / June 20, 2019 /
The deadline to submit your application for this year’s Posters for Parks show is fast approaching. Friday, June 21, may be the longest day of the year, but we don’t want to see any long faces from artists who failed to apply. It’s easy—go here.
Posters for Parks is one of the Twin Cities’ most popular pop-up poster shows, scheduled for Saturday, September 28, at Royal Foundry Craft Spirits. 50% of all profits are donated to be[Read More]