Picture of a book page with a photo of a pin-up girl in front of a hot-rod car, a postcard with a photo of William Burroughs, a postcard with a photo of A Duchamp painting, an Irving Klaw pin-up, a page from a Will Eisner comic book, a Robert Crumb drawing of Serena Williams, a package of Beemans chewing gum

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Screenshot from Jean-Luc Godard's Sympathy for the Devil, showing magazine covers.

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Screenshot from Jean-Luc Godard's Sympathy for the Devil, showing magazine covers.

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American Ethnography Quasimonthly

www.americanethnography.com

I started, designed, developed and now run this web magazine, covering the study of cultures in the Americas.

The web pages are engineered with LAMP (a Linux/Apache server, the open source database MySQL, and the server-side scripting language PHP). Technical solutions include a PayPal integrated store, a search engine, an RSS feed, and a subscription function for the email newsletter. Job responsibilities include:

 
Screenshot from Jean-Luc Godard's Sympathy for the Devil, showing magazine covers.

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Screenshot from Jean-Luc Godard's Sympathy for the Devil, showing magazine covers.

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Screenshot from Jean-Luc Godard's Sympathy for the Devil, showing magazine covers.

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Inspiration for the 2010 redesign of American Ethnography Quasimonthly.

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Comic books and pin-ups: Serena Williams drawn by Robert Crumb, a package of Beeman’s chewing gum, William Burroughs, an Irving Klaw photo, Georges Braque’s “Violin and Candlestick”, David Perry photo of Hot Rod Pin-Up, A drawing by Will Eisner.
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Dada, modernism, and honky tonk: A house in Arts & Architecture, Lux Interior of The Cramps, Man Ray’s “La Priére,” Charles Turzak’s “Man with Drill,” a magazine spread with a picture showing Kurt Schwitters’ periodical Merz, a book on Dadaism, Hank Williams.
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Everything is correct, but also the opposite: Kurt Schwitters’ “i-drawing”
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Magazine rack: Screenshot from Jean-Luc Godard’s Sympathy for the Devil.
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Macho glam: BusinessWeek from 2009 or 2010, Hot Rod magazine from 1966, Playboy magazine from 1972, Christian Schwartz’ “Stag” (font specimen), Elvis Presley jumpsuit created by Bill Belew and Gene Doucette.
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Folk art and Pistoléro: Alebrije from Mexico, spread from Hatch Show Print, Western paperbacks, photo of Mid-Century architects and furniture designers, portrait of Man Ray.