Here is a view from our table at SPX! I'm already looking forward to next year. The place was packed with talented and friendly artists and a big crowd. I shared a table with Mike Roll again and his ever popular Apooka books! This image is of what may be the beginning of a coffee habit previously unknown to either of us.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
I love prints! I now have four color Zombie Carnival prints on 100% recycled paper using soy based ink. I used Pinball Printing to create the prints. I had seen several examples of their prints online and was impressed by how many talented creatives utilized their services. Their pricing is competitive and they were very helpful guiding me through their process. I am sure I will be using them again.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
Friday, April 30, 2010
Mike Roll and Joe Foo
Shane and Chris Houghton
not shown in pics:
Non CCS but still Michigan... http://guydavisartworks.com/
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Our Michigan CCS (college for creative studies) tribe took over most of a long wall of tables at this modest sized convention. We met lots of great folks and I was impressed by the level of quality shown by the other exhibitors. Most of the work was nicely packaged with many people using print shops and on-demand online printing services. I would have liked to see more hand crafted work including silk screening, original sketch work and even alternative crafts.
At my table I offered my new Zombie Carnival prints and standees. Additionally I sold Zombie Field Guides and Fat Camp Sketchbooks. I went through nearly all of my mini-Moo cards and will be getting more of them shortly.
Read more about this and next year's SPACE... http://www.backporchcomics.com/space.htm
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Zombie standees arrive in a pack of thick cards – each with it’s own zombie and stand to cut out, play with and display. Each set of cards includes six zombies, including one zombie cat and one zombie dog as well as one running girl who is not (yet) a zombie. The standees look great terrorizing a toy shelf or hanging around a window ledge or work desk.