Dystopomart: Survivorium Maxi Catalog

Dystopomart: Survivorium Maxi Catalog

Dystopomart: Survivorium Maxi Catalog

Dystopomart: Survivorium Maxi Catalog

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Overview

Be the first in your Habitable Zone to take advantage of the available wonders in the world's first-ever Dystop-o-Mart Survivorium Maxi Catalog.

Need weaponized cuisine and fast-acting lava-resistant portable shelter? You bet! Originally an apocatourist destination known for its Fume Flume™, Petting Zoo Hospice, and Louseatorium, Dystop-o-Mart also offers the consumer so much more. Why leave your hunger, defense, and home library to fate?

The 64-page, all-color catalog includes a wishlist of non-discontinued products that just might help you survive even the most exasperating days of radionuclidic and tectonic flareups.

Popular available* vendibles include:

  • Perma Goatz™
  • Lady Day Dish Scours
  • Lanternfly Egg Caviar
  • Home Surgery Kit with instructions
  • Plutoni-Yums
  • Foster Box
  • Convert-A-Build E-Z Pop-Up Parking Village Pods
  • *May be unavailable

    Your style and survival demand it. Whatever your direst need, Dystop-o-Mart has something to sell you. SHOP NOW SHOP NOW SHOP NOW


    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9798986579405
    Publisher: Jamie Leo Creative
    Publication date: 09/26/2022
    Pages: 62
    Sales rank: 870,676
    Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.17(d)

    About the Author

    Jamie Leo's visual work includes legendary Spy magazine covers, being a key designer on Broadway's 'Rent', and numerous theatrical productions and art installations internationally. He has been published in The Drama Review, Huffington Post, OUT, and others, and his award-winning creative direction has been seen in national campaigns for major corporations (including IBM, National Geographic, and Scholastic). He is an Edward Albee Writing Fellow and author of seven produced plays and two musicals. In addition to having held numerous creative residencies, he has written national sustainability and public health campaigns, and an award-winning campaign for New York City's recycling program. For the Henson Foundation, he developed a groundbreaking digital puppetry performative work at St. Ann's Warehouse. He performed his 'Long Day in a Bad Shirt' monologues with real-time projected image-mapping at Dixon Place; his work 'The Night Hides a World' (about his experience of being invited to present a workshop on creativity at the University of Tehran) has been performed in New York and regionally. 'In What You Call The Dark', his play about sight and blindness, was given a reading at New York Theatre Workshop and is in development, as is his theatrical work '68 (with composer Paul Leschen), which received excellent reviews for its premier workshop production at the New York Musical Festival. As a multidisciplinary writer and visual artist, Leo adjudicates in design and writing competitions, including for the Smithsonian, SxSW, and Stanford's d.school. His fine art has shown in New York, international galleries, and Art Basel Miami. He enjoys doom scrolling, eating amply, and in his spare time he lives, dreadfully, alone.

    Ryan Patrick is a graphic designer and author, and principal of a successful design firm for over 25 years. He has been a key developer of science and math tutoring programming for students Grades 7-12 and higher education, offering hands-on laboratory experience in biology, chemistry, and physics, as well as specialized disciplines such as forensic science and 3D print engineering. He has written and published a number of titles, including a collection of science and math jokes and a trivia book series about premier Florida theme parks. As a visual artist, Ryan specializes in EL wire costume and prop commissions; t-shirt designs that playfully take on early computing, pop culture, big brands, and typographic invention; and production and design of themed event spaces. His interests include experimental stereoscopic 3D photography, 1970s-era videogame consoles, and homemade ice cream, as well as people, places, and specified things.
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