Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Proximity update

Thanks to all of you that have responded so enthusiastically about our premier issue. We are so glad you like it. If you were at Next Art fair and want to get more copies please give us a holler. We would love your feedback and like to hear some ideas of what you want to see in the future.

Proximitymagazine.com is coming! Sorry for the delay but our website won't be ready until June. We were a bit busy with Version festival and couldn't allocate enough time.

Also we have newsstand distribution at a dozen or so locations in Chicago but ONLINE sales can be made at Quimby's.com our favorite zine store in Chicago.

Proximity is also going to Germany and The Netherlands for some festivals, distribution deals and research on an upcoming issue. If you live in the Netherlands we will be hanging tough at the Impakt festival in Utrecht from May 7-11. We will be also at De Player on May 10 hosting a Radar Eyes Print show. Then we are off to Finland to visit reindeer at the arctic circle.

If you would like to contact us please use proximitymagazine (at) gmail.com.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Release Party this April 25 at Sonotheque

Join us Friday April 25 at Sonotheque for our official Proximity release party.

Sonotheque • 1444 W. Chicago
Hours: 9pm - 2am • $10

With DJS:
Paul B Davis (UK)
DJ LeDeuce
Logan Bay

Live musical sets by:
Beau Wanzer
And a performance by RUL TWINS


Proximity is published by the people that put on Version festival.
Please take a few minutes to attend our last festival dates!
Especially April 26!


Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Proximity available at Quimby's

If you really need a copy of Proximity in your hands go to Quimby's and buy one.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Proximity has landed!

We are super excited that the magazine is now in our hands.
It will be at NEXT throughout April 24 to April 28.
The launch party is Friday April 25 at Sonotheque.
1444 W Chicago Ave.
More info at the version website.

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Proximity Magazine Website

In a few weeks we will launch our beta version of the proximitymagazine.com website.
We are working with Lumpen magazine Designer, Aaron Pederson, and programming guru Mike Evans to make this happen.