Set to meet at a café in Uptown, Dan Luedtke greets me and quickly turns around to ask the person behind the counter if he can hang one of his posters in the window, a simple marching-band illustration in bold color and shaky lines. The poster will be taken down as soon as is ethically feasible, probably the same night as the show it's there to promote. Luedtke's screenprinting work is as much art as any canvas, and while he's prolific—maybe ubiquitous—around town, people tend to grab them at the first opportunity. Or try to; separating a wheatpasted poster from its... More >>>