Anthony Bourdain & The Balvenie head to San Francisco, California to meet with Andrew Hoyem, master typographer and printer of Arion Press. One of the last of its kind, Arion Press has only a handful of members on its staff, all fellow craftsmen dedicated to this age old process. Each works meticulously to create the books in multiple parts, from the typecasters, to the proofreaders, to the printers and the bookbinders. All of these hands build a work of art through a process that must be seen to be believed, and can only, truly, be described as magic.
James Dillon Wright aka Dillon Boy (b. May 29, 1979) is a contemporary artist, graphic designer, toy designer, and illustrator who emerged from the subculture of street art. Dillon’s style combines attitude branding, advertising, and pop culture.
Dillon Boy is a charismatic artist who effortlessly combines colorful spray paint, ink doodles, cut stencils, paper collage and soulful subjects with virtuosic creativity. He wanders the planet with his briefcase, a brush and an arsenal of artwork, exhibiting from the US to Europe.