PaCT documents a 23 year, two-part journey. In 1996 at the age of 23, Peter and Dylan Kuhn set out to hike the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. Burned out, injured, and broke after 90 days and 1,750 miles they quit in Oregon with a pact to return for the remaining 900 miles when they were twice as old. In 2019 they reconvened at 46 to reflect on life’s journey, and race increasingly threatening storms towards Canada.
The Institute of Sociometry announces is FAIR 20202021 at the Globeville EPICenter in Denver, Colorado on 11/11 – 11/14. The is FAIR is a pseudo-science fair for free-thinking adults. Submission is open to all to submit a free-standing table-top tri-fold display addressing the eternal theme of “individuals and their relationship to groups”.
This is a free online version of our best selling zine Leftist Leaflets in Little Free Libraries #1.
Leftist Leaflets in Little Libraries or LLiLL documents the distro of leftist zines on Socialism, Feminism, Critical Theory, Race, and Punk to Little Free Libraries in bourgeois areas of Denver, Colorado! Originally Published Summer of 20l7. N© / is PRESS 2020.
is inviting you all on a little virtual tour of the Institute of Sociometry installation “LLiLL, Leftist Leaflets in Little Free Libraries” by is Agents Peter Miles Bergman and Heather Link Bergman that is part of the exhibition “Citizenship: A Practice of Society” at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, curated by Zoe Larkins.
Raw Fury is an ongoing collaboration between is PRESS and Flatlands Press in Chicago. Raw Fury is a local scene ‘zine, and a ridiculously fancy art book that focuses on contemporary urban art from or connected to Chicago and Denver. Issues 1-5 – mostly sold out – are now available for free online! ¶ Each 7.5″ square 60 page issue has screenprint and letterpress covers, mixed paper stocks, and risograph gallery pages and posters (posters are not show on these digital versions.)
Quaranzine Fest was a (cough…) viral concept to connect zine makers and patrons in this turbulent time of social distancing. On April 4th and 5th the hashtag #quaranzinefest was used over 2,200 times on instagram! (At the time of this posting it’s still going with 2,800 posts.) Zine makers from around the world posted, liked, commented, chatted, DM’d, and even BOUGHT ZINES!
After 18 months of DIY architectural drawings, trips to city hall, trench digging, wrangling trades people, our buddy Jim the genius carpenter living in out driveway all winter with his bulldog, painting, playing floor plan Tetris with 500 lb. equipment, and scrubbing drywall dust encrusted grease of our new 10×15 C&P letterpress, is PRESS is FINALLY in a functional space!