Some readers of this blog may know Nathan Rosen as the editor of the website dedicated to microscopically short-short horror stories, Microhorror. Nathan was enrolled in a design program this year, and chose Michael Arnzen as the “product” he had to focus his final term project around. What he came up with is a fabulous array of funky items and I am happy to share a sampler with you here.
He called his project “100% Arnzen” and put all the print designs into a cellophane-wrapped meat tray with this funny “meat package” sticker on it:
Here’s a gallery of the full package along with some of the wonderful contents it contains:
Nate really went beyond the call of duty here, and I am very impressed. He also had to present his final project to the class at the end of the term. He took it up a notch and made a full-fledged mini-documentary about me and posted it on youtube. I liked it so much, I’ve put it on my bio page, on amazon.com, and now here for posterity:
If you’d like, you can download the full brochure. We may make more of this available in the future, for those interested.
Support Nathan Rosen by visiting him on google+ or dropping by his website, Microhorror.com, and giving a listen to his audiobook or shopping on his website. If you’re a fan of my book, 100 Jolts, you will really appreciate what he’s been doing there.