WMC Fest Re-Cap

Cheryl and I had a great time this weekend at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest in Cleveland. We couldn’t have been more excited to be one of the featured designers in the Ilthy Workshop Gallery. We displayed some full-color art prints, gig-posters, and special edition screen-prints that we made just for this weekend. Some of those prints are available for purchase in our online store. The below photos are by Cheryl, except the photo-booth one of Ross & I (by SquareShare). Huge thanks to Jeff Finley, Joseph Hughes & Jesse Sloan for putting on an awesome event, can’t wait for next year.








Crafty Mart 2010

Unlike last year, Three Bears will not have a table at Crafty Mart this year. We didn’t have enough time to prepare for it. However, my friends at Bark & Hiss offered to sell anything that I might be able to conjure up between now and then. So I will again be selling the little needle-felt owls that I made for last year. So, if you’re in the area, you might stop by and check them out. Also, check out the photos I just found of our table last year, from Amanda Johnson. Lastly, credit for the postcard design by my friend Andy Taray.

The Underground Battle of the Bands

This year we’re sponsoring The Underground‘s Battle of the Bands. The winning band will receive a slue of prizes, including a free t-shirt design from us. Last year, I was on the judging panel, and we’re glad to be a part of the event again this year.

Columbus Gallery Hop

This coming Saturday, at the Mighty Stained Skin, I will be exhibiting a ton of illustration and artwork. The amazing Cheryl Andrey and the crushing Steve Knerem will also be showcasing their wonderworkings, and delights will be for sale, as well. The event begins at 8:30 PM and lasts until the wee hours of the morning. Please, come on down and say hello! Many thanks to the incredible Drew Ray for the hookup! Visit Short North’s website for more info, HERE.

Art in the Square

I just dropped by Akron’s Annual Art in the Square, and found Kim (and her adorable dog), who is selling the new shirts that Cheryl and I created for the event. Cheryl did the illustration, and I handled the text/layout. Adam at Revival did the printing.