The Nite Market is an open venue for all the brilliant ideas in food that is being made in small kitchens in Chicago. It is a platform for unlicensed or uncertified artisan food makers to sell their goods to hungry food-geeks. This is a collaborative work to give space to testing out ideas in food, without the high cost of certification. Festivities will take place on November 11th :: 7-10pm at Living Room Realty, 1530 W. Superior, Chicago. $2 Donation at the Door.
In anticipation of our forthcoming third issue, Platescrapers, SOILED will be among the fine food vendors at the Nite Market. While you munch on delectable foodstuffs, visit us, pick up the print edition of the first two issues, purchase a limited edition SOILED screen print, and chit chat with us! We’ll have some surprises up our sleeve.
DOWNLOAD, print out, fold up, and bring this Food Box with you to the Nite Market, courtesy of SOILED. In addition to being a handsome vessel to house your edibles, the Food Box will grant you FREE ADMISSION to the Market! View folding instructions.
SOILED is included on ARCHI-ZINES, a new showcase of fanzines, journals and magazines from around the world that provide an alternative discourse to the established architectural press! Special thanks to Elias Redstone.
From the ARCHI-ZINES website:
“ARCHI-ZINES is an expanding archive of the best publications from 2000s to the latest releases, and is growing as new titles and issues are acquired. The publications themselves vary in style (from photocopied zines to professionally printed and bound magazines) and content (from architectural research to personal narratives about buildings and cities). The commonality is a shared interest in documenting and discussing the spaces we occupy in ways that more mainstream or professional publications do not. As well as adding to architectural discourse, they are lovingly made objects to hold and to keep.”