For the full experience of Stacy Doris's The Cake Part, "an eruption of all the repressed joy and terror of that 18th century revolution, back into our time, into the 21st century" reissued by Publication Studio this year, go here. "Set in the typography of Web 2.0, the design of this book searches for the modern day equivalents of these banned pamphlets in the virtual networks which aid and abet current revolutionary movements." Or, it's epic poetry gone M.I.A. Participation in this ruckus made the fourth of July, with its flag cake baked for the community of a national Academy—and the experience of red, white, and blue in general—particularly poignant.