GIRLSxCLUB, Recent Work

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Girls Club Branding Project has been a blast.  Find my club:

Parks & Recreation Drinking Game

Recent Work
    Drinking and Laughing for Everyone! This game brings it. Parks & Recreation Fan Tribute Game. Free to download print for non-commericial use.

Drinking and Laughing for Everyone! This game brings it. Parks & Recreation Fan Tribute Game. Free to download print for non-commericial use.

A new document for our latest “Parks and Recreation Drinking Game” version.  This baby stands tough season after season of Parks and Recreation, and is guaranteed to get you hammed.  There’s lots of bonus options, but these were our favorite. Designed by Paige Guggemos and Reese Hagy in Minneapolis, MN. – not affiliated with Parks & Recreation or NBC – just a fan tribute to the show and one of the best ways to kill an evening. Play along, let me know what you think. Feel free to download/print/share for non-commercial uses.











April Ludgate - Parks & Recreation Drinking Game






Red Hot Art Recap

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A blog I wrote on the Live Screenprinting Project I did with Living Proof for Red Hot Art in 2013

Living Proof Print Collective

Thanks to everyone who made it out to Red Hot Art in Stevens Square Park last weekend. We are so honored to have been able to participate and work with and meet so many of our community members. Here’s a recap:

A long standing tradition in the Stevens Square Park neighborhood (just south of downtown Minneapolis), Red Hot Art festival “provides an art and entertainment space for thousands of festival goers during the last weekend of July. Over 100 local artists and 20 bands are featured annually, along with local food vendors. The Red Hot Art festival strives to be accessible and affordable. A majority of the art available is between $5-$50 dollars. It’s a great opportunity to connect with local artists and purchase original artwork.

Founded in 1976, Stevens Square Community Organization (SSCO) is one of the longest running community organizations in the Twin Cities. Our goal is to…

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Learn to DIY print your own t-shirt with Living Proof and the Minneapolis Pizza Club

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Join me in October for a cheap, quick, and dirty screenprinting workshop on how to print your own t-shirts. Doing this in collaboration with another project of mine, the Minneapolis pizza club – $5-15. One time only. You can also request to have a shirt printed for you.

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Workshop: Printing Minneapolis Pizza Club T-shirts with Living Proof Print Collective and Lazy Geometry.

Want to learn how to screen-print? Join Paige Guggemos for a one day only screen-printing workshop in the Living Proof Studio (off Lake & Chicago in Minneapolis – inquire for exact address) where we will learn how to DIY print t-shirts using a design for the Minneapolis Pizza Club – a design which is the shape of Minnesota filled with pizza slices – one color design.

Participants will learn how to prepare (add design), coat (with emulsion), burn (expose), and clean a screen. Once the screen is prepared and rinsed, you will get to print your own t-shirt. We will all be sharing 1 or 2-screens to do all of the printing – we do this so we can accommodate more printers in the shop at once.

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Lazy Geometry is just one person — Paige Guggemos: a mid-twenties female artist & adventurer from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Paige is currently a freelance graphic and sometimes web designer, who once graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design (MCAD) with an art & business degree.  She makes mostly light-hearted works based on pop culture, local bands, collage, text, found objects, science, nature, and lomography.  In her free time she likes long bike rides, live music, hanging with her 5 cats, smoothies, books, films, and is now working hard to start a new Minneapolis Gallery.  Usually, she is both social and awkward, and thoroughly enjoys the art of a good story.

In her past, she ran the now-defunct Tarnish&Gold non-profit gallery, and was a screen-printing/printmaking intern at both LandLand and Highpoint Center for Printmaking.  Paige once dabbled as a security guard at the Walker Art Center, grew up interviewing Punk & Indie bands for free music, and sometimes sells pizza for money.  She is also the founder of the Minneapolis Lomography Club, an open group for Minnesotans interested in meeting to take Toy Camera photos and share results.

Professionally, Paige specializes in Social Media & Web Marketing for small and non-profit business.  She also works heavily with graphic & web design, and occasionally merchandising and sales.  Personally, Paige specializes in small mixed media pieces, photography, graphic design for local bands, and screen-printing.

If you’d like to contact her for information on purchasing or commissioning work, please e-mail: or call 612.205.7843.