Anobium on Chicago Artists Resource

Our managing editor, Benjamin van Loon, recently shared some background of the Anobium story on Chicago Artists Resource:

“Much of independent publishing is very quaint, small-towny: covers with script fonts, poetry about childhood, writer bios proclaiming cat ownerships. Plus, for many of these publications, design is usually an afterthought—Papyrus and Times New Roman schlock. And on the other end, you have these monocle’d university publications with two-page mastheads and philanthropic endowments and professorial pretense. I suspected I wasn’t the only one bummed out by this set-up.”

Go here to read the whole deal.

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