There are many intersections of the art world and the world of graphic design, and one of those intersections is vividly embodied by a rugged, bearded, motorcycle-riding, modern-day gentleman of a raconteur named Marc English.
This Thursday, the Chronicle’s annual “Best of Austin” issue drops.
“Drops,” they say. Like it’s a bass note depth-charging something by Skrillex, or, uh, Flux Pavillion or whatever. Like it’s a testicle in the body of some baby boy – especially, gravity being what it is, if it’s a bouncing baby boy.
City of stones. City of smoke. City of light. The city is Berlin. The time is the late 1920s. The situation – let’s call it that, as if to reduce its terrible power in memory – the situation is the rise of National Socialism at the end of Germany’s Weimar Republic.Yeah, National Socialism. You know: Nazis.
Arguably the most exciting race of the year, Formula 1 is returning to Austin for a jam-packed weekend full of racing, car shows, and live music. Taking place Oct. 18 to Oct. 21, F1 promises to entertain with performances from Bruno Mars and Britney Spears.
With less than two months until the commencement of early voting, Get-Out-to-Vote efforts are about to kick into high gear!
Although phone banking isn't exactly the gold standard of modern voter mobilization, the activity still plays an integral role in reaching key demographics, especially rural voters and senior citizens.
So many lapel pins out there lately. And some of them adorable enough to unleash a mild squee over, and quite a few of them hawking one fandom or other, and so many based on some TV-related creation, oh boy, advertise your corporately sponsored pop-culture affinity, rep-re-seeeeeeeent!
But, hold on a second.