GET /freshly-pressed/

Get a list of Freshly Pressed posts.

Resource Information

   
Method GET
URL https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1.1/freshly-pressed/
Requires authentication? No

Query Parameters

Parameter Type Description
http_envelope (bool)
false:
(default)
true:
Some environments (like in-browser Javascript or Flash) block or divert responses with a non-200 HTTP status code. Setting this parameter will force the HTTP status code to always be 200. The JSON response is wrapped in an "envelope" containing the "real" HTTP status code and headers.
pretty (bool)
false:
(default)
true:
Output pretty JSON
meta (string) Optional. Loads data from the endpoints found in the 'meta' part of the response. Comma-separated list. Example: meta=site,likes
fields (string) Optional. Returns specified fields only. Comma-separated list. Example: fields=ID,title
callback (string) An optional JSONP callback function.
number (int) The number of posts to return. Default: 10. Limit: 40. Default: 10.
after (iso 8601 datetime) Return posts picked on or after the specified datetime.
before (iso 8601 datetime) Return posts picked on or before the specified datetime.
content_width (int) When in context=display, images/embeds in post content will be set to the desired maximum width. Default: 480.
thumb_width (int) Desired width of thumbnail images, in pixels. Default: 252.
thumb_height (int) Desired height of thumbnail images, in pixels. Default: 160.

Response Parameters

Parameter Type Description
ID (int) The post ID.
site_ID (int) The site ID.
author (object) The author of the post.
date (iso 8601 datetime) The post's creation time.
modified (iso 8601 datetime) The post's most recent update time.
title (html) context dependent.
URL (url) The full permalink URL to the post.
short_URL (url) The wp.me short URL.
content (html) context dependent.
excerpt (html) context dependent.
slug (string) The name (slug) for the post, used in URLs.
guid (string) The GUID for the post.
status (string)
publish:
The post is published.
draft:
The post is saved as a draft.
pending:
The post is pending editorial approval.
private:
The post is published privately
future:
The post is scheduled for future publishing.
trash:
The post is in the trash.
auto-draft:
The post is a placeholder for a new post.
sticky (bool) Is the post sticky?
password (string) The plaintext password protecting the post, or, more likely, the empty string if the post is not password protected.
parent (object|false) A reference to the post's parent, if it has one.
type (string) The post's post_type. Post types besides post, page and revision need to be whitelisted using the rest_api_allowed_post_types filter.
comments_open (bool) Is the post open for comments?
pings_open (bool) Is the post open for pingbacks, trackbacks?
likes_enabled (bool) Is the post open to likes?
sharing_enabled (bool) Should sharing buttons show on this post?
comment_count (int) The number of comments for this post.
like_count (int) The number of likes for this post.
i_like (bool) Does the current user like this post?
is_reblogged (bool) Did the current user reblog this post?
is_following (bool) Is the current user following this blog?
global_ID (string) A unique WordPress.com-wide representation of a post.
featured_image (url) The URL to the featured image for this post if it has one.
post_thumbnail (object) The attachment object for the featured image if it has one.
format (string)
standard:
Standard
aside:
Aside
chat:
Chat
gallery:
Gallery
link:
Link
image:
Image
quote:
Quote
status:
Status
video:
Video
audio:
Audio
geo (object|false)
menu_order (int) (Pages Only) The order pages should appear in.
publicize_URLs (array) Array of Twitter and Facebook URLs published by this post.
tags (object) Hash of tags (keyed by tag name) applied to the post.
categories (object) Hash of categories (keyed by category name) applied to the post.
attachments (object) Hash of post attachments (keyed by attachment ID).
metadata (array) Array of post metadata keys and values. All unprotected meta keys are available by default for read requests. Both unprotected and protected meta keys are available for authenticated requests with access. Protected meta keys can be made available with the rest_api_allowed_public_metadata filter.
meta (object) API result meta data
current_user_can (object) List of permissions. Note, deprecated in favor of `capabilities`
capabilities (object) List of post-specific permissions for the user; publish_post, edit_post, delete_post
date_range (object) date range covered by current results.
number (int) The number of posts brought back by current query.
posts (array) An array of post objects, with added Freshly Pressed info, in the editorial property for each post.

Resource Errors

These are the possible errors returned by this endpoint.

HTTP Code Error Identifier Error Message
400 invalid_post Invalid post
400 invalid_context Invalid API CONTEXT
403 unauthorized User cannot edit post
404 unknown_post Unknown post

Example

curl 'https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/freshly-pressed/?number=2'
<?php
$options  = array (
  'http' => 
  array (
    'ignore_errors' => true,
  ),
);

$context  = stream_context_create( $options );
$response = file_get_contents(
	'https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/freshly-pressed/?number=2',
	false,
	$context
);
$response = json_decode( $response );
?>

Response

{
    "date_range": {
        "newest": "2015-04-19T16:02:02+00:00",
        "oldest": "2015-04-18T20:02:02+00:00"
    },
    "number": 2,
    "posts": [
        {
            "ID": 1118,
            "site_ID": 21109394,
            "author": {
                "ID": 21671800,
                "login": "noodlesoodles",
                "email": false,
                "name": "noodlesoodles",
                "nice_name": "noodlesoodles",
                "URL": "http:\/\/feelosophical.wordpress.com",
                "avatar_URL": "https:\/\/2.gravatar.com\/avatar\/8a66058a06d53bd5c35d1dd35025ce5b?s=96&d=identicon&r=G",
                "profile_URL": "http:\/\/en.gravatar.com\/noodlesoodles",
                "site_ID": 21109394
            },
            "date": "2015-04-10T17:04:48+00:00",
            "modified": "2015-04-12T14:16:26+00:00",
            "title": "Whatever Floats Your Boat",
            "URL": "https:\/\/feelosophical.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/10\/whatever-floats-your-boat-ii\/",
            "short_URL": "http:\/\/wp.me\/p1qzw6-i2",
            "content": "<blockquote>\n<p style=\"text-align:center;\">“Our love was lost;<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:center;\">But now we found it.”<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:center;\">– Love Lost, The Temper Trap<\/p>\n<\/blockquote>\n<p style=\"text-align:left;\">On the theme of “<a href=\"https:\/\/dailypost.wordpress.com\/dp_photo_challenge\/afloat\/\">Afloat<\/a>” for this week’s Photo Challenge, I immediately thought of Hat Yai’s\u00a0Floating Market I visited last December during one of my trips to Hat Yai and Songkhla as part of my fieldwork. I’d never heard of the market before so I had no idea what to expect; when I got there, I was over the moon when I discovered that this place was in fact a food haven, for there was an entire row of boats with men and women (who are Thai but ethnically Malay and therefore Muslims) selling some of the best food I’d come\u00a0across during my visit to Southern Thailand.<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:left;\">I had a sample of the\u00a0<i>ais batu\u00a0kacang\u00a0<\/i>(ABC — a sort of sweet delicacy made of crushed ice showered with syrups of all colors and some red beans, jellies, and ice cream) and chicken and beef\u00a0<em>kebab —\u00a0<\/em>literally one of the best I’d ever tasted, I swear to you. My only regret was having a big hearty lunch before going to the Floating Market; I had no idea this was meant to be a visit filled with many gastronomic delights, many of which were unfortunately dulled down by my satiated appetite.<\/p>\n<div data-shortcode=\"caption\" id=\"attachment_1120\" style=\"width: 490px\" class=\"wp-caption aligncenter\"><a href=\"https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9111.jpg\"><img class=\"size-large wp-image-1120\" src=\"https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9111.jpg?w=480&h=320\" alt=\"From the bridge. \"   \/><\/a><p class=\"wp-caption-text\">From the bridge.<\/p><\/div>\n<div data-shortcode=\"caption\" id=\"attachment_1121\" style=\"width: 490px\" class=\"wp-caption aligncenter\"><a href=\"https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9098.jpg\"><img class=\"size-large wp-image-1121\" src=\"https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9098.jpg?w=480&h=720\" alt=\"From above.\"   \/><\/a><p class=\"wp-caption-text\">From above.<\/p><\/div>\n<p style=\"text-align:left;\">The food\u00a0sellers are only open for business in the afternoons though, so, if you intend to visit, like I said, best have an early lunch and leave space — lots of it — for dinner here. Speaking of space though, you might have to shove some elbows or avoid wearing\u00a0heels if you want to run to book one of the limited tables around the area before they are swarmed by the other tourists and not accidentally fall into the river. Eating spaces are severely limited, so at least be prepared to eat while you stand, something which I always find awkward doing. Since my mother and I were too nice to shove our way to claim our space on that seat occupied by the other visitors’ bags, we did end up eating while we stood awkwardly on the sidewalk. However, my mother remarked that all this new infrastructure — small chalets with tables and seats and benches on the pavement along\u00a0the riverbank — are all pretty new development, since they weren’t there before when she visited\u00a0some time in the first half of 2014.<\/p>\n<div data-shortcode=\"caption\" id=\"attachment_1123\" style=\"width: 490px\" class=\"wp-caption aligncenter\"><a href=\"https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9074.jpg\"><img class=\"size-large wp-image-1123\" src=\"https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9074.jpg?w=480&h=320\" alt=\"Don't expect the vendor to stand up and rock the boat just to hand over your food or change; a basket and a stick will do the trick. \"   \/><\/a><p class=\"wp-caption-text\">Don’t expect the vendor to stand up and rock the boat just to hand over your food or change; a basket and a stick will do the trick.<\/p><\/div>\n<p style=\"text-align:left;\">I must say, I was tremendously pleased to find that my taste buds absolutely agree with the spicy-and-sour-sweetness of Thai cuisine, and Southern Thailand offers plenty of opportunities for me to experiment with Thai food\u00a0as\u00a0it is convenient to get\u00a0<em>halal<\/em> food since\u00a0this region is predominantly Muslim. All that Tom Yam and deep-friend massive prawns from Phattalung I had (on more than one occasion, I must guiltily admit) and fresh, succulent, juicy sweet mangoes with glutinous rice and coconut milk certainly made\u00a0fieldwork all the more bearable. I was already spending my days getting traumatized by interviewing middle-aged Malay men about polygamy and their sex life — something which\u00a0<em>they\u00a0<\/em>always brought to the table, I assure you, and never initiated by yours truly — so I think it’s fair game that I rewarded myself every now and then.<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:left;\">Let’s just hope this next phase of research will be as productive and gastronomically fulfilling.<\/p>\n<p style=\"text-align:left;\">In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: <a href=\"https:\/\/dailypost.wordpress.com\/dp_photo_challenge\/afloat\/\">“Afloat.”<\/a><\/p>\n",
            "excerpt": "<p>“Our love was lost; But now we found it.” – Love Lost, The Temper Trap On the theme of “Afloat” for this week’s Photo Challenge, I immediately thought of Hat Yai’s\u00a0Floating Market I visited last December during one of my trips to Hat Yai and Songkhla as part of my fieldwork. I’d never heard of [&hellip;]<\/p>\n",
            "slug": "whatever-floats-your-boat-ii",
            "guid": "https:\/\/feelosophical.wordpress.com\/?p=1118",
            "status": "publish",
            "sticky": false,
            "password": "",
            "parent": false,
            "type": "post",
            "comments_open": true,
            "pings_open": true,
            "likes_enabled": true,
            "sharing_enabled": true,
            "comment_count": 7,
            "like_count": 46,
            "i_like": 0,
            "is_reblogged": 0,
            "is_following": 0,
            "global_ID": "7aab6fbba3239dce6ff78680fbdd3470",
            "featured_image": "https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9098.jpg",
            "post_thumbnail": {
                "ID": 1121,
                "URL": "https:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9098.jpg",
                "guid": "http:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9098.jpg",
                "mime_type": "image\/jpeg",
                "width": 3456,
                "height": 5184
            },
            "format": "standard",
            "geo": false,
            "menu_order": 0,
            "publicize_URLs": [],
            "tags": {
                "Afloat": {
                    "ID": 954155,
                    "name": "Afloat",
                    "slug": "afloat",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 1,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:afloat",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:afloat\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Anthropology": {
                    "ID": 4793,
                    "name": "Anthropology",
                    "slug": "anthropology",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 5,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:anthropology",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:anthropology\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Food": {
                    "ID": 586,
                    "name": "Food",
                    "slug": "food",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 1,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:food",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:food\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "postaday": {
                    "ID": 9625683,
                    "name": "postaday",
                    "slug": "postaday",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 49,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:postaday",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:postaday\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Songkhla": {
                    "ID": 860153,
                    "name": "Songkhla",
                    "slug": "songkhla",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 1,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:songkhla",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:songkhla\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Southeast Asia": {
                    "ID": 53622,
                    "name": "Southeast Asia",
                    "slug": "southeast-asia",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 1,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:southeast-asia",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:southeast-asia\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Thai Cuisine": {
                    "ID": 74274,
                    "name": "Thai Cuisine",
                    "slug": "thai-cuisine",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 1,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:thai-cuisine",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:thai-cuisine\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Thailand": {
                    "ID": 10760,
                    "name": "Thailand",
                    "slug": "thailand",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 1,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:thailand",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:thailand\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Travel": {
                    "ID": 200,
                    "name": "Travel",
                    "slug": "travel",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 21,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:travel",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/tags\/slug:travel\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                }
            },
            "categories": {
                "Anthropology": {
                    "ID": 4793,
                    "name": "Anthropology",
                    "slug": "anthropology",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 25,
                    "parent": 0,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/categories\/slug:anthropology",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/categories\/slug:anthropology\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                },
                "Education": {
                    "ID": 1342,
                    "name": "Education",
                    "slug": "education",
                    "description": "",
                    "post_count": 29,
                    "parent": 0,
                    "meta": {
                        "links": {
                            "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/categories\/slug:education",
                            "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/categories\/slug:education\/help",
                            "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394"
                        }
                    }
                }
            },
            "attachments": {
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                    "ID": 1123,
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                    "height": 3456
                },
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                    "ID": 1121,
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                    "guid": "http:\/\/feelosophical.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/04\/img_9098.jpg",
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                },
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                    "ID": 1120,
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            },
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                    "key": "_thumbnail_id",
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                },
                {
                    "id": "2145",
                    "key": "_wpas_mess",
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                }
            ],
            "meta": {
                "links": {
                    "self": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/posts\/1118",
                    "help": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/posts\/1118\/help",
                    "site": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394",
                    "replies": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/posts\/1118\/replies\/",
                    "likes": "https:\/\/public-api.wordpress.com\/rest\/v1\/sites\/21109394\/posts\/1118\/likes\/"
                }
            },
            "current_user_can": {
                "publish_post": false,
                "delete_post": false,
                "edit_post": false
            },
            "capabilities": {
                "publish_post": false,
                "delete_post": false,
                "edit_post": false
            },
            "pseudo_ID": "7aab6fbba3239dce6ff78680fbdd3470",
            "is_external": false,
            "site_name": "feelosophical",
            "site_URL": "http:\/\/feelosophical.wordpress.com",
            "site_is_private": false,
            "featured_media": {},
            "editorial": {
                "blog_id": "21109394",
                "post_id": "1118",
                "image": "https:\/\/s1.wp.com\/mshots\/v1\/https%3A%2F%2Ffeelosophical.wordpress.com%2F2015%2F04%2F10%2Fwhatever-floats-your-boat-ii%2F?w=252",
                "custom_headline": "",
                "custom_blog_title": "",
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                "highlight_topic_title": "",
                "screen_offset": "-32",
                "blog_name": "feelosophical",
                "site_id": "1"
            }
        },
        {
            "ID": 1101,
            "site_ID": 63240672,
            "author": {
                "ID": 5099424,
                "login": "martindupuis",
                "email": false,
                "name": "martindupuis",
                "nice_name": "martindupuis",
                "URL": "",
                "avatar_URL": "https:\/\/0.gravatar.com\/avatar\/9f74d6df802bfad184e46d7dcf955fc2?s=96&d=https%3A%2F%2F0.gravatar.com%2Favatar%2Fad516503a11cd5ca435acc9bb6523536%3Fs%3D96&r=G",
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                "site_ID": 63240672
            },
            "date": "2015-03-09T04:50:54+00:00",
            "modified": "2015-03-14T19:40:18+00:00",
            "title": "MILTON GLASER: DESIGNING DYLAN",
            "URL": "https:\/\/rightearleft.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/09\/milton-glaser-designing-dylan\/",
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            "content": "<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin_dupuis_glaser_image_2.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone size-large wp-image-1176\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin_dupuis_glaser_image_2.jpg?w=480&h=480\" alt=\"Print\"   \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p>I can\u2019t help myself \u2013 when I go to record stores, sooner or later I find myself in the <strong>Bob Dylan<\/strong> section. Seems reasonable, but I\u2019m usually trying to spot if they have one of my least favorite albums of his: <em>Bob Dylan\u2019s Greatest Hits<\/em>. Problem is, I already own it. Three times. If they have a copy, I quickly open its dusty side pocket to see if I\u2019m bringing another one home with me. I can\u2019t help myself.<\/p>\n<p>In 1967, when Columbia Records released the album each copy was accompanied by a beautiful poster designed by <strong>Milton Glaser<\/strong>. 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What attracted you to this sign and how did it influence the tone and personality of the other letters you made?<\/strong><\/p>\n<p><strong>Milton Glaser:<\/strong> I saw this strange sign and was intrigued by the sort of innocence of the <strong>E<\/strong> and the fact that if you knew anything about typography you would never do a thing like that, the funny little staircase. There were a couple of other letters that also were primitive and simple in their reduction of letter forms and they sort of gave me a clue to a way to do a simple minded flat typeface.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_2.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone size-large wp-image-1106\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_2.jpg?w=480&h=420\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_2\"   \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p><strong>So, the naive element of how unreadable it was attracted you? <\/strong><\/p>\n<p>Actually it’s the opposite. It\u2019s how readable it was even though it deviated from our understanding of what an <strong>E<\/strong> is supposed to be. I\u2019m always interested in the nature of perception and how much you understand from limited information. That issue of being able to understand what you\u2019re looking at has always been such throughout my work. I\u2019m interested not so much in its peculiarity but in its recognition.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_5.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone  wp-image-1122\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_5.jpg?w=858&h=641\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_5\" width=\"858\" height=\"641\" \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p><strong>Was Babyteeth specifically made for the Dylan poster, or was it something you were working on before and had around?<\/strong><\/p>\n<p>That was just an accident. I kind of had it on my desk at the same time. And I said if I have to use the word Dylan I\u2019ll use this typeface largely because there wasn\u2019t anything that looked quite like that around and I wanted to make the word itself look peculiar.<\/p>\n<p><strong>You\u2019ve stated that the best work of an artist or designer emerges from unifying separate occurrences. Can you talk about the separate occurrences that came together to help shape the Dylan poster?<\/strong><\/p>\n<p>My idea is that you link things that are unrelated; it\u2019s ninety percent of the imaginative content of what you do. The interesting thing is that firstly everything is connected, and secondly – once you find the connection it seems inevitable.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_4.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone size-large wp-image-1108\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_4.jpg?w=480&h=494\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_4\"   \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p>The Dylan piece is directly derivative from the self-portrait out of cut paper that Duchamp did. I saw it for the first time and was astonished at the amount of energy and power it had from a simple black silhouette. No technology that was impressive or anything \u2013 it was just this black profile in the corner of a piece of paper and I said Jesus! look at the energy that that releases. And it was just in my mind and I thought, I could do that with Dylan.<\/p>\n<p>Than I thought that it was too austere and too easily understood and I was also interested in Islamic painting and so I said I\u2019ll take a little piece of this decorative Islamic idea and combine it with a very unlikely self portrait by Duchamp and see what comes out for Bob Dylan. And that\u2019s what I meant earlier – that connecting seemingly unrelated events is one of the essential tools of artists.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_6.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone  wp-image-1133\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_6.jpg?w=986&h=1001\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_6\" width=\"986\" height=\"1001\" \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p><strong>I haven\u2019t checked the dates, but were you around when he was in NY? <\/strong><\/p>\n<p>He was around. In fact Duchamp quite coincidentally had a studio on 14<sup>th<\/sup> street next to mine. I rented a little room to paint in and Duchamp was right down the hall. I never had a long conversation with him outside of <em>do you have the keys to the bathroom<\/em> but he spent all his time playing chess by mail. And he never did any artwork during that period. This was late in his life.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_8.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone  wp-image-1144\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_8.jpg?w=980&h=1302\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_8\" width=\"980\" height=\"1302\" \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p><strong>His readymades greatly puzzle me, I\u2019ve always had a hard time getting my head around it all.<br \/>\n<\/strong><\/p>\n<p>It\u2019s hard to talk about an understanding of them for they are meant to be confusing, transgressive and provocative. Above all what they don’t want to be is explained in a literal way. You have to understand that at a certain point the logic involved in explaining a piece of art collapses, because you can’t explain art through logic.<\/p>\n<p>Art occupies another part of the brain, it doesn’t affect your neurology in the same way. And all attempts to be analytical about this stuff turns out to be nonsense, or a good part of it is. So you have to respect the unconscious function and the profound mystery of art making without trying to analyze every gesture and thought because mostly that\u2019s bullshit.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_11.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone  wp-image-1150\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_11.jpg?w=916&h=906\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_11\" width=\"916\" height=\"906\" \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p><strong>The iconography of Dylan seems like a dream canvas to be molding and commenting upon, what did he mean to you then and what does he mean to you now?<\/strong><\/p>\n<p>I liked Dylan very much. I knew him. He was represented by Albert Grossman, who is a good friend of mine. And I would see him occasionally, actually I haven\u2019t seen him since I did that poster which is a very long time ago. 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So he tended to hate everything in it, and although he\u2019s never told me that he never liked the poster, in fact we\u2019ve never discussed it at all \u2013 it will probably remain the most iconic representation because its been reproduced so many times.<\/p>\n<p><a href=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_31.jpg\"><img class=\"alignnone size-large wp-image-1111\" src=\"https:\/\/rightearleft.files.wordpress.com\/2015\/03\/martin-dupuis_glazer_31.jpg?w=480&h=702\" alt=\"Martin Dupuis_Glazer_3\"   \/><\/a><\/p>\n<p><strong>I’ve seen a rough version of the Dylan image that has a different silhouette and a harmonica, did the project go through many different phases?<\/strong><\/p>\n<p>No, the silhouette is the same but in the original I had a harmonica. It was the art director who said you know maybe you can take out the harmonica and he was right. 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