’60s Redux


Inspired by the ongoing national crisis triggered by the election of a neo-Fascist national government, Chicago-based illustrators Clay Hickson and Liana Jegers have launched The Smudge . With its bubbled typeface masthead and old school feel, the new monthly paper aims to take on all topics from a political perspective. Although it’s currently only available by subscription, the goal is to have “newsstand” distribution eventually. We can only hope that this is the start of a trend towards underground papers once again. You can connect digitally right here.







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