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Papaya and Tomatoes – Kbaumlier Images on a Billboard in Detroit, MI

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Earlier this summer, I participated in the Digital Billboard Art Project, a project where artists can submit images to be displayed on a public digital billboard.  I had 45 images in the show that were shown on a billboard near a highway in the Detroit Metro area (Macomb County), MI.  The images were of food – in both abstract and recognizable [...]

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Tosa Market – New Food Alphabet in the Works

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Last weekend Food Font was at the Tosa Farmers Market outside of Milwaukee, WI.  People were really excited about the project, and we made two (which is a record for the number of alphabets made at one event) alphabets, both an uppercase and lowercase alphabet. The vegetables we used were from: Jay’s Plant Shop – Eggplant Petzold Farms – Carrots, [...]

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Kbaumlier Artist Statement

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I believe that art can go beyond being a visual object by communicating ideas that call people to action.  Community art and involving an audience in a work can be a force for social change.  Art can be a powerful tool to deepening ones’ views of ourselves and the world around us by provoking thought about social, political, and cultural [...]

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Food Font – Coming to Tosa Market Milwaukee, WI

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This weekend Food Font will be at the Tosa Farmers market from 8am-12 noon in Wauwatosa, which is on the west side of  Milwaukee, WI.  We will be making a food alphabet out of local food. The market is located at: 7720 Harwood Ave, Wauwatosa, WI 53213.  One interesting fact:  The name Wauwatosa is the  after the Potawatomi word for firefly. Stop by and [...]

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New Food Font Vegetable Alphabet from the Gordon Square Farmers Market Event

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This past Saturday Food Font was at Gordon Square Farmer’s Market in Cleveland, OH. The mood was relaxed and it was hot – but we had a great time making letters out of food from two local farms. I got a chance to eat a really good tamale, and meet the other farmers and vendors at the market. Vegetables were [...]

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