I’ve been increasingly interested in this idea of media arts and crafts, and thinking about…honestly what that means. And so I actually selfishly have a question for everybody. The question is, did you have a book when you were younger that was somehow like a DIY, or arts and crafts, or some sort of instructional making guide for kids that had a lasting impact on you?
So, why am I doing this? Rip it Up is such a rich resource, especially in the early years. Nothing else was really documenting pop culture, let alone the nascent alternative culture that was starting to boil up. The prevailing attitude in the mainstream media of the day seemed to be that pop music was kid's stuff. Read more →