Poems Inspired by craigslist Missed Connections That Will Give You All the Feels

I Hope You Find Me Love Poetry Book

Since 2009, New York Times journalist and poet Alan Feuer has collected, curated, and shaped craigslist Missed Connections ads into featured poetry collections for the paper. These fresh and oh-so cheeky “found poem” compositions evoke romantic perspectives in otherwise mundane circumstances. For instance, whoever imagined a timeless meet-cute at a port-o-potty? Knock Knock combed through Alan’s NYT “Poetic Connections” section and transformed his work into a sweet, funny, and curious collection: I Hope You Find Me: The Love Poems of craiglist’s Missed Connections.

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Jen Bilik to Moderate AIGA Y21 Design Conference “DISTILL/Design With Spirit”

Jen Bilik - AIGA Y21 Conference

Knock Knock’s founder and overall head honcho Jen Bilik will be moderating AIGA San Diego’s Y21 Conference, a premiere design conference held April 1 and 2, 2016 in San Diego.

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Plumb in The New York Times

Plumb in the New York Times

Our creative director and inaugural Plumb artist, Tucker Nichols, spoke with the New York Times about Plumb’s origins in this great write-up by Steven Kurutz. A brief taste: Tucker Nichols wanted to be a jotter of ideas, a scribbler of sketches. But no notebook seemed right. He always ended up with half-filled pages and a vague dissatisfaction. His solution: Plumb, …

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