Post-War Trade is coming in MAY (for real this time, motherfuckers!)
we've got skirts, we've got necklaces, we've got lamps, we've got
lunchboxes, we've got amanda-and-brian matching vibrators*---but if
you are an artist who makes RAD SHIT, there is still time for you to
get in on the ground floor of the democratic future of merchandising.
we're especially looking for folks who make functional but weird
items, like lawn chairs, serving platters, shower curtains, mirrors,
door stops, dog collars, condom wallets, ipod cozies, incense holders,
music boxes, dressers, night stands, silk-screened t-shirts,
footstools, rosaries, knee highs, and parasols all DRESDEN DOLLS
STYLE. email email@example.com
links to your etsy, your
deviantart, your flickr, or just attach photos of The Things You Make
to the mail. they don't have to be Dolls things, just examples of
your mad craftsmanship skills, along with a little bit of info on how
you'd DRESDENIZE THEM.
*we don't actually have vibrators. we just wish we did. definitely
email beth if you make handpainted nontoxic amanda and brian pocket
Seeking yet another intern for Post-War Trade
Do you spend your free moments obsessively searching for the coolest
handmade-retro custom-STUFF in the world? Do you want to? Eh? Eh?
Post-War Trade is looking for yet more interns for artist prospecting
and other fun odd jobs. Mad Google-fu skills a must, insomnia a plus.
Must love COMMUNICATING. Come help us find the best DD-fans, indie
artists and craftspeople to add to our catalog and earn the love and
admiration of the PWT team. If you're interested, firstname.lastname@example.org
a short note about why you'd like to intern with
us and include a resume of stuff you've been doing (if you're an
artist yourself, please include links or images of your stuff).
Location in a NYC or LA a plus but not a must, most of the work is
love love love