May 20, 2015

Faesthetic bicycle wheel show!

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Did you know that the spoked bicycle wheel was invented in Toledo, Ohio?

It’s true!



To celebrate it’s humble origins, I curated a small group show which took place during this year’s Artomatic 419 event during the month of April, 2015.




The artists involved included:
Chad Kouri, Keith Greiman, Matthew Hoffman, Michelle Duni, Josh Byers, Yusuf Lateef, Maxwell Loren Holyoke-Hirsch, Damien Correll and Jason Vahle.

A video posted by upso (@upso) on







The money generated from the sale of the work was donated to the Young Artists At Work program, something very near and dear to my heart. With close to 10,000 people in attendance, a lot of fun was had by all!

May 4, 2015

peek of @heyitsmatthew’s cover art for Faesthetic #14 via @ToledoMuseum

6:27 pm in art,faesthetic,zines dustin hostetler


New issue out in just a few weeks! Thanks to Matthew for the killer submission.

April 17, 2014

Mike Giant featured in new @MAJORLAZER video featuring @Pharrell!

7:15 pm in art,faesthetic,music,musik,video dustin hostetler

Our 10th anniversary cover artist Mike Giant in an amazing new video!

October 29, 2013


7:56 pm in faesthetic,zines dustin hostetler

Just an FYI to all of our loyal readers & supporters. We’ve just sold out of Faesthetic issue #9 & #12! In addition we have low numbers remaining on all available issues.

October 24, 2013

Creating a Clamor Magazine Digital Archive

12:41 pm in art,community,faesthetic,life,web,zines dustin hostetler

There was a time when Toledo, Ohio (home of Faesthetic) was a hot bed of zine publishing. While now long gone, Clamor magazine was at the forefront of the publishing revolution. Filled with aggressive & forward thinking politics, it defined a generation’s belief system and helped many of us find our political voices. To this day, I credit Clamor with motivating me to publish Faesthetic on a regular basis. Clamor impacted many people’s lives. Hell, they were one of the first magazines to publish my illustrations.

Archives of the entire Clamor library are available for free online here. Now the publishers are back, and looking to make the entire archive more user friendly and searchable, and they need your help. Please consider supporting making Clamor more accessible for the next generation of zine publishers and political extremists. 😉

September 16, 2013

“Think Faest” USB drive by @matthewcurry via @usbmemorydirect & @inprnt

1:57 pm in art,design,faesthetic,zines dustin hostetler


The next 25 people who head on over to INPRNT and order a full series of available issues of Faesthetic get a USB drive designed by Matt Curry.

Generously provided by USB Memory Direct, these little bad-boys are both functional and collectable!

March 31, 2013

coming soon, Think Faest drives by @matthewcurry

6:47 pm in art,design,faesthetic,product dustin hostetler


Via USB Memory Direct! More info soon…

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