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Thirst 1993, 2010

Thirst has three works on view at the Art Institute of Chicago as part of the inaugural exhibition of the new modern and contemporary architecture and design galleries titled Past Forward: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute.

Gather Give Grow is a film highlighting Archeworks' Mobile Food Collective (MFC) program which premiered at the U.S. Pavilion of the 12th International Architecture Exhibition at the 2010 Venice Biennale.

Also on display is a front and back cover press sheet for Emigre, Issue No. 26, All Fired Up designed by Rick Valicenti in 1993, as well as his Fluxus Vivus poster for the Arts Club of Chicago from the same year.

The exhibition is up through January 21, 2018.


Stills from Gather Give Grow, 2010

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New Work: Holly Hunt: Volume 4 Catalog

New Work: Group Therapy Program

New Work: 3Eleven Graphic Identity

New Work: Spoke Apartments Branding

New Work: Pattern Magazine Fall Editorial

New Work: Avenue of the Architects Exhibition

New Work: Body Copy

New Work: UIC Interior Signage System

We're worldwide something... Big in Korea!

Taek Kim and Thirst are featured in CA Korea magazine from Seoul!


New Work: Selfless

New Work: Pizzeria Bebu Graphic Identity

New Work: Chicago Theatre Workshop

New Work: Commonwealth Plaza Graphic Identity

Lecture: John Pobojewski at Iowa State University

What are you doing tonight?

If you're near Iowa State, get over to Sukup Hall for John Pobojewski's lecture titled "What Am I Doing? Defining the Future of Design" at 7 p. His talk is free and open to the public.

609 Bissell Rd
Ames, Iowa
7 p

New Work: Echo Global Logistics Murals

Forever Love!

Rick and his sister, Barb, designed the message for Jessica Lagrange Interiors' Valentine this year.

Here’s what Jessica had to say

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New Work: Works in Process

New Work: Tongzhou New Town

New Work: Holly Hunt: Outdoor Catalog

New Work: UrbanLab Bowling

New Work: Take It to the Bridge Book

New Work: Temporis

Adapting to Change

As President-Elect Trump assembles his cabinet and is promising to reign in the EPA, the message put forth by Holoscenes seem more appropriate than ever.

Early Morning Opera's director and founder, Lars Jan, has taken his reflection on sea levels rising to Abu Dhabi where they are performing now through Saturday.

Performance photos by Cristina Schek

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New Work: Chicago Symphony Orchestra MusicNOW Series 2016

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