Hello fair Richmond, VA! We’re coming to visit you this weekend for the Richmond Craft Mafia’s lively and fun Spring Bada-Bing Craft Show at the lovely Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. Spring, American crafts made by hand, American craft brewed beer…What’s not to love?
Sprig Bada-Bing features 45 amazing makers for ONE DAY ONLY. Yep! This Saturday, April 11th from 11am – 5pm will be your one big chance for this Spring to find great handmade art and craft pieces made by American makers, combined with delicious Hardywood beer selections too. It’s super fun and it’s the perfect antidote to a long, long winter.
We will be there with all of our Rock Posters, Alphabet Prints, Art Prints, Lunch Bags and more. So come on out and share the fun enjoy the day Richmond!
What: Richmond Craft Mafia’s Spring Bada-Bing Craft Show
Where: Hardywood Park Brewery, 2408-2410 Ownby Lane Richmond, VA, 23220
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When: Saturday April 11, 2015 from 11am – 5pm
Why: Because American made handcrafted is best!
Below are just a few participating vendors, click the image or here for the full list.
We’re back in the swing of craft & art show season things! And we couldn’t be more excited to be heading to Chicago, IL for the always amazing (and always free!) Renegade Craft Fair – Chicago edition, happening this Saturday & Sunday September 7th & 8th from 11am – to 7pm, both days.
The Renegade Craft Fair brings together over 300 of the best of the best of handmade makers and artists from all corners, setting up booths to meet, greet, and sell our work to the lovely people of the Midwest. This event is HUGE and not to be missed!
We will be there bright and early, and stayin’ late at Booth No. 6 (see our handy map below), so easy to find right near the corner of Division & Damen. Easy in, easy out. Come visit and say hello! We will have lots of hand illustrated and hand screenprinted Art Prints, Rock Posters, Alphabet Prints, Lunch Bear Bags, new greeting cards and more!
Can’t wait to see you this weekend Chicago!
Info // September 7 + 8, 11am-7pm // Along Division St. in Wicker Park (Between Damen and Paulina)
Makers // A curated selection of over 300 indie crafters
Special Features // Pop-Up vintage market by The Vintage Bazaar / Workshops by Lillstreet Art Center, Chicago School of Shoemaking, and RX Made
Entertainment // Music by Reckless Records and CHIRP Radio // Photobooth by Magnolia Photobooth Co.
Food // Savory food by MANA Food Bar, Antique Taco, Dia De Los Tamales and Chicago’s Doghouse / Sweet treats by Puffs of Doom, Black Dog Gelato and Glazed & Infused / Coffee by Intelligentsia and Gaslight Coffee / Drinks by Seasons Sodas, Oliver Winery and Goose Island
And summer in Pittsburgh means it must be time for Three Rivers Arts Festival. We are thrilled to be a part of the amazing Three Rivers Arts Festival tradition, going strong in Pittsburgh for 54 years. Founded in 1960, Three Rivers Arts Festival has continued to be a showcase of the best contemporary creative works in every medium, from music, fine arts, film, theater and dance performances, live craft and art demonstrations, and especially the Artists Market where you can meet artists and purchase a wide variety of affordable works. (Click on each medium for schedules!)
We will be in the always-popular Artists Market at Booth No. 69, on the City Side in Gateway Plaza (see map below), next to Gateway Center Two for 5 whole days, yep! Wednesday June 12th – Sunday 16th when the Arts Fest closes. So come see us!
Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Arts Fest is always free to attend and extremely family friendly.
- Who: strawberryluna
- What: Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh, PA.
- When: From Wednesday, June 12 – Sunday, June 16, 2013.
- Where: Booth 69 on Gateway Plaza in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Sometimes, it’s hard for me to describe what I do for a living being a screenprinter, print maker and rock poster artist. I’m not saying that this awesome short film on the amazing scene at Screwball Press Chicago (owned & operated by one of my favorite dudes around, Steve Walters) has all of that wrapped up nicely for you…
But, I am saying that this is a great peek into the lives of rock poster artists, screenprinters, the incredible Chicago print community, and some of our favorite fellow poster artists. It’s so rad seeing some of your friends, who happen to be mentors and design heroes get the attention they well deserve. You go kids!
I hope that you enjoy this short documentary by Sara Evans & Daily Planet Productions, Ltd. highlighting Screwball Press and a slice of the Chicago screenprinting community!
Produced by Daily Planet Productions
Edited / Directed by Sara Evans
Camera / Sound by Tom Bluett
Production Assistants: Travis Heberling, Karen Wittekind
Music by Cool Devices