Poster artist C. M. Ruiz's style is an instantly recognizable mix of punk photocopier high jinks and psychedelic scribbling. For his first solo show, he's built a shrine to DIY artistry. A bisected house holds a Fisher Price record player; a smoke machine in a wooden cabinet creates the atmosphere of a pre-smoking-ban rock show. He's hung Xerox wallpaper, first wheat-pasted then stapled, peeling away to reveal newsprint underneath. Over that are manipulated stock portraits, framed and freestanding—the family photos of a person whose closest kin lives on 7-inch record sleeves. (Design Commission, 310 S Washington St, 223-7709. 9 am–5 pm, free.)