Tag Archives: poster art

Doling out loin cloths to protect the innocence of fragile Ypsilantians

I discovered, as I made my way out into the world this evening, putting up posters for Saturday’s last big Shadow Art Fair, that some store owners would rather not have their shops associated with drunken depictions of engorged genitalia. So, I found myself spending most of my evening trying to fashion crude loin cloths […]

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No post tonight… working on judging this year’s Shadow Art Fair applicants

There’s a lot of stuff that I’d like to share with you tonight, but there’s no time. And, even if there were, I don’t think I’d have the energy. Right now, we’re about three hours into the judging of this year’s Shadow Art Fair applicants, with no end in sight. We have, however, picked a […]

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Just a reminder to come and see my puppet talk show on Saturday

I like making posters that make no sense, promoting bands that don’t exist. I just made this one, and now I really want to start a band called Young Lovers Must Die. As for Saturday’s show, which is mainly going to be about doing business in Ypsi, I’m still working on the script. I should […]

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Krampus posters will be going into production soon

Thanks to the hard work and vision of Melissa Dettloff, Ryan Groendyk, and Chris Sandon, the posters for the December 11 Krampus event are now completed. With any luck, they’ll go into production at VG Kids in the next few days, and we’ll be getting them up around Ypsi/Arbor soon… Aren’t they beautiful? [If you […]

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