Hello Windy City, we can’t wait to see you again!
Join us and over 300 other best of the best, amazing Makers from around the country (and beyond) at the always superb Renegade Craft Fair – Chicago Edition this Saturday September 6th & Sunday September 7th in Wicker Park. Renegade Craft Fair is a bona fide not-to-be-missed show, hooray! It’s free to attend, with lots of family (and dog!) friendly fun too.
We will be vending from Booth #30 on Division between Damen & Wolcott, with loads of our hand printed hand pulled silkscreen Art Prints, hand screen printed Rock Posters, hand pulled Alphabet Prints, Lunch Bags, Test Prints and more. So do come and say hello!
What: Renegade Craft Fair in Chicago, one of the largest curated gatherings of indie craft makers in the US.
When: Saturday 9/6 and Sunday 9/7 from 11am – 6pm (both days).
Where: In the Wicker Park neighborhood Chicago, IL between Damen & Paulina Avenue.
Who: The best and the brightest of Handmade Makers in the US.
For more info about the hands-on workshops, food & beverage vendors (including wine & beer), and entertainment click here.
Below is a handy map of the Fair (click to enlarge) for you, and click here for a Vendor Listing as well. We’ll be hanging out at Booth 30, see you there!
Hello Richmond! And the Richmond, VA area! We are heading your way for the first time ever and couldn’t be more excited to meet you.
We will be vending at the Richmond Craft Mafia Spring Bada-Bing show this Saturday (and this Saturday ONLY) April 5th at the lovely Hardywood Park Craft Brewery in lovely Richmond, VA. The show is a one-day-boomer and runs from 11am – 5pm, rain or shine. But we hear it’s mostly going to be shine. Hooray!
So come on out and see the handiwork of over 80 amazing vendors and makers of handmade craft. And if that’s not enough? Hello! Craft Beer. Seriously, it’s going to be a blast.
Who: The Richmond Craft Mafia
What: “Spring Bada-Bing: locally brewed crafty goodnesss” is an independent artist craft show in Richmond, Virginia
Where: The show will be held at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery,
When: Saturday, April 5th, 2014 from 11am to 5 pm
Why: Because, after 8 years, we still want to bring unique, innovative shopping to RVA – this time with beer!
Entrance Fee? – Heck no! Free, baby, free.
Say, what about parking? – There is plenty of free on-street parking all around Hardywood.
For more info head over to the Richmond Craft Mafia site here, and we’ll see you there!
Come see strawberryluna this weekend in Lambertville, NJ for the 32nd Annual Shad Festival – Saturday April 27th & Sunday 28th from 12:30 pm – 5:30 pm both days.
Admission to Shad Festival is FREE and open to public. Beautiful & historic Lambertville, NJ is just across the Delaware River from beautiful & historic New Hope, PA.
80 of the region’s finest artists and handmade crafters will be in attendance vending and showing their work, featuring everything from art, jewelry, ceramics, furniture, apparel, accessories, home décor and more! We will bring lots of our hand silkscreen printed Art Prints, Alphabet Prints, Rock Posters, Test Prints, Lunch Bags and more. And, we’ll be vending right along next to Allison’s mom, Mamoucha Soaps too.
The Lambertville, NJ Shad Festival has evolved from a local art show into a nationally recognized award-winning event. Shad Fest features the area’s finest artists and crafters, great food and family entertainment, but the two-day extravaganza also serves as a venue for local non-profit organizations to raise necessary operating funds.
There are also cooking demonstrations both days, lots of family fun activities can be found throughout the event, live musical performances and lots more. On Saturday, The Delaware River Basin Commission will be teaching the public about how to test water quality at Lewis Island.
For a full list of activities, directions, and more info about the 2013 Shad Festival and the accompanying arts festival click here for the Shad Festival website.
Hope to see you there!
New! Our 4-color, hand silkscreen printed poster for Bright Eyes, Click to purchase or for more info!
Brand spanking new and fresh off the press, it’s our new poster for Bright Eyes for his show at Stage AE in Pittsburgh,
The music of Connor Oberst and Bright Eyes is like a beacon of individuality, sweetness, anger, and passion, at least that’s the way I hear it. When I first began printing at the community studio Artists Image Resource (AIR) in Pittsburgh, Bright Eyes was on heavy rotation during Open Studio nights and his voice still reminds me of that awesome time toiling away in that funny early stage of learning printmaking where you learn to love mistakes as much as you do successes.
In homage to all things organic, wise and bright this fella is our all hand silkscreen printed poster for the singular sound of Bright Eyes with hand mixed midnight black, teal, acrylic screenprinting inks. Edition: 150, each of these limited edition posters are signed & numbered (by me, strawberryluna) Size: 16×22 inches (39.4 cm x 55.9 cm.) Paper: archival Cougar, White 100lb cover weight.
Now available at my website here or also in my Etsy shop here.
Dig screenprinting? Have no clue what the hand printing process is like? Below are some process shots that I took while silkcreening this poster in my Flickr account:
1st color ink in the screen for our hand printed poster for Bright Eyes. (Click for more info & photos.)
t 2nd color printed for our hand printed poster for Bright Eyes. (Click for more info & photos.)
3rd color ready to go for our hand printed poster for Bright Eyes. (Click for more info & photos.)
3rd color printed for our hand printed poster for Bright Eyes. (Click for more info & photos.)
All done! 4th color printed for our hand printed poster for Bright Eyes. (Click for more info & photos.)