Local business connects unknown artists, customers through the power of the interweb
On August 25, 2003, a couple of guys from Lawrence named Devin Walker and Ladd Epp launched a small company out of Walker's house called Printpop.com. It worked like this: Artists would upload images of their work. Orders would be placed. Using magic software that could turn a one-megabyte image into a high-resolution print as big as a building, Walker would print digital images onto posters.
Jennifer Holt's ghosts of everydays past
The wheat hangs heavy, white and ghostly, upside down. When it's fired, it will be hollow, standing upright as a brittle indicator of what was inside. Wheat, of course, is Kansas. Or the memory of Kansas. Artist Jennifer Holt is leaving town soon.
*based on actual news
All it took was a cup of coffee from his reinstatement for C.J. Giles to be nothing but a memory in the world of KU basketball.