2Q2018 Most Visited

By: HILOBROW
July 2, 2018

Here they are! The 10 HILOBROW posts — published during April, May, and June 2018 — that have been visited most frequently during the past quarter.

Top posts published during 2Q2018

  1. (2Q2018) Ethan Zuckerman’s installment in the FLAIR series: LAPTOP STICKERS. “Laptop stickers are an invitation to have a conversation, and I want to hold up my end of the bargain.”
  2. (2Q2018) Michael Bierut’s installment in the FLAIR series: FEDORA. “Meeting after meeting, I would be the only person in the room not wearing an open-collared shirt.”
  3. (2Q2018) Alexandra Lange’s installment in the FLAIR series: BEAD NECKLACE. “My beads say, I’m not here to smile and agree.”
  4. (2Q2018) Kanishka Raja’s installment in the FLAIR series: HANDMADE JACKET. “The blue silk struts out from inside and from the discreetly cut side pockets as well.”
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  6. (2Q2018) The first installment in Douglas Wolk’s STERANKOISMS series: DARK MOON RISE, HELL HOUND KILL!

  7. (2Q2018) Adam McGovern’s PANEL ZERO installment WORKING-CLASS SUPERHERO. Outpouring with Dean Haspiel, live from THE LAST BAR AT THE END OF THE WORLD.
  8. (2Q2018) Ann Shoket’s installment in the FLAIR series: LEATHER JACKET. “I wore it on Friday nights and Saturdays pushing a stroller.”

  9. (2Q2018) Lynn Peril’s PLANET OF PERIL installment: OLD MAID. “She is peevish, complaining, envious, malignant, covetous, wholly unsympathetic.”
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  11. (2Q2018) The third installment in Douglas Wolk’s STERANKOISMS series: MY – SENSORS – DETECT – A – DECISIVE – MOVE

  12. (2Q2018) Jason Loeffler’s installment in the WOWEE ZOWEE series: SECOND TOUGHEST IN THE INFANTS. “This was ecstatic digital music made on a well-oiled mechanical typewriter: winding chains of tintinnabulating arpeggios framed by hyperactive hi-hats, pulpy stream-of-consciousness lyrics, vocoded Delphic chants interrupted by occasional guitar, a faint whiff of dissonance, and bass that didn’t let up until the power went out.”

Top posts published during 2018

  1. (2Q2018) Ethan Zuckerman’s installment in the FLAIR series: LAPTOP STICKERS. “Laptop stickers are an invitation to have a conversation, and I want to hold up my end of the bargain.”
  2. (2Q2018) Michael Bierut’s installment in the FLAIR series: FEDORA. “Meeting after meeting, I would be the only person in the room not wearing an open-collared shirt.”
  3. (2Q2018) Alexandra Lange’s installment in the FLAIR series: BEAD NECKLACE. “My beads say, I’m not here to smile and agree.”
  4. (1Q2018) Stephanie Burt’s WOWEE ZOWEE series installment on Blueboy’s Unisex.”There is such a thing as a boy’s heart. But I never had one. Unisex helped me see, and name, and learn to love, what I had instead.”
  5. (2Q2018) Kanishka Raja’s installment in the FLAIR series: HANDMADE JACKET. “The blue silk struts out from inside and from the discreetly cut side pockets as well.”
  6. (2Q2018) The first installment in Douglas Wolk’s STERANKOISMS series: DARK MOON RISE, HELL HOUND KILL!
  7. (2Q2018) Adam McGovern’s PANEL ZERO installment WORKING-CLASS SUPERHERO. Outpouring with Dean Haspiel, live from THE LAST BAR AT THE END OF THE WORLD.
  8. (1Q2018) Lynn Peril’s PLANET OF PERIL series installment, “Arm Hair Shame”. “Beginning in the mid-1880s, the trendy sleeveless ball gown showed naked arms along with an expanse of back and bust. As with flapper fashions and miniskirts to come, the public was initially outraged.”
  9. (2Q2018) Ann Shoket’s installment in the FLAIR series: LEATHER JACKET. “I wore it on Friday nights and Saturdays pushing a stroller.”
  10. (1Q2018) Mimi Lipson’s WOWEE ZOWEE series installment on Royal Trux’s Thank You. “Listening to this record was like hanging out with them in their practice space. It was immersive, like a crush, and it kept me company. The songs were like a really fun friendship — like art projects and jams and bad ideas and great ideas.”

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