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Cargo makes tools to design and build unique websites.



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Tools to Publish Content


Cargo Collective offers a set of professional web publishing tools to service the design and creative communities:

Our new site builder of almost unlimited capacity, power and functionality, designed to handle any type of project. Typical uses: portfolio sites, digital magazines, design agencies, startups, bands.

A smaller site builder, still very powerful but aimed at projects of a more modest scope. Typical uses: personal profiles, landing pages, flyers, release pages for albums, books or movies.

Coming soon, Observatory is an image streaming platform as well as an image management tool. It can be used for image banks, blogs, books/zines, visual archives.

This week on Cargo

CN/021 — Dec 12 2017

Not messing around.





Dominican artist Dalton Gata is ferocious and humorous. It's like his paint is made from cake frosting, semen and the tar used to seal the cracks of slave ships. He’s not messing around nor should he be. 🔪🌹



Updates

The latest tools, improvements and modifications


Grids! Mosaics! Collages! Slideshows! Moodboards! All are only a few clicks away with the new version of our Image Gallery tool — images can be arranged in an infinite number of ways. Engage the Randomize function to spin up never-ending layouts.  

Also, we’ve improved handling for image captions and links. 😉

Make an Image Gallery by selecting two or more images in a page, then click the Image Gallery icon in the Formatting Toolbar.




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Affection(s)

Choices incidental, uncalculated and correct


Batia Suter — Parallel Encyclopedias

As they say things must separate in order to appear, but what it is that separates isn’t very clear. In her Parallel Encyclopedias, Batia Suter centralizes this classification bias  through contamination — an induced cultural Alzheimers — resulting in something like an un-Enlightenment.



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