Paul Durica founded Pocket Guide To Hell, a series of tours, talks, and reenactments centering around key moments in Chicago history, in 2008. This month, they're organizing the largest reenactment to date. On Sunday, July 15th, three different moments when humankind meddled with the Chicago waterways will be re-lived in downtown Chicago.

I really love the Pocket Guide's events, so when Paul asked me to make the handbill for Like a Secondhand Sea, I was psyched. The name of the event was taken from Nelson Algren's book Chicago: City on the Make, published 1951, and quoted in pieces by man walking through the wind in the above graphic. I make handbills now!

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