Cricket Press!

Lexington, Kentucky

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Post Process: A Closer Look at the Art of Cricket Press August 13 - September 26, 2014
Gallery Hop Reception: Friday, September 19, 5-8pm
During this month’s Gallery Hop we will be  at The Living Arts & Science Center with a show unlike anything we’ve ever exhibited. Post Process is a collection of sketches, original illustrations, transparencies, screens…and of course, new screenprints…all showcasing the artistic process behind our work.
We will be at the gallery all evening, giving a short talk at 6pm.
We will NOT be at our Bread Box studio this Gallery Hop. We are very proud of this show and very flattered The Living Arts & Science Center asked to host us. Please stop by and meet us, ask questions…chat.
The Living Arts & Science Center
362 N Martin Luther King Blvd, Lexington, Kentucky 40508Gallery Hop Reception: Friday, September 19, 5-8pm

Post Process:
A Closer Look at the Art of Cricket Press
August 13 - September 26, 2014

Gallery Hop Reception: Friday, September 19, 5-8pm

During this month’s Gallery Hop we will be  at The Living Arts & Science Center with a show unlike anything we’ve ever exhibited. Post Process is a collection of sketches, original illustrations, transparencies, screens…and of course, new screenprints…all showcasing the artistic process behind our work.

We will be at the gallery all evening, giving a short talk at 6pm.

We will NOT be at our Bread Box studio this Gallery Hop. We are very proud of this show and very flattered The Living Arts & Science Center asked to host us. Please stop by and meet us, ask questions…chat.

The Living Arts & Science Center
362 N Martin Luther King Blvd, Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Gallery Hop Reception: Friday, September 19, 5-8pm

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SPX 2014 report

So, it’s that sad time after you’ve spent an amazing weekend in a room full of bind-blowing talent…and you’re like, How did it go by so fast? Why do I have to wait a full year to see some of these people again? There were books I forgot to grab!!! And at the same time you’re super happy with what you did come home with…in tangible books and in memories.

First, there’s pic of my Tiny Ghost Stories table. I’m always super flattered that folks stop by and chat and buy my books when I’m surrounded by so many awesomely talented artists.

We grabbed new books from, of course, our best SPX pals Mark Rudolph and Bruno Guerreiro, the new Sugar Skull by Charles Burns, the new & established work of Tom Neely…but some of our favorite books came from the One Percent Press table!!! Holy Moly…we wanted to buy it all! Finding comics like these make us SO happy and helps with the after-SPX blues. 

One thing I will say is that taking part in a show like this only makes me more motivated to make comics and work harder at the craft.

Thank you SPX!!!

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Super Excited! It’s almost time for…Small Press Expo!

Where:
Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Road.
North Bethesda, MD 20852

When:
Saturday and Sunday, September 13 and 14, 2014.

Hours:
Saturday, September 13: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday, September 14: noon – 6:00 pm

We’ll be set  up again with pals Mark Rudolph and Bruno Guerreiro at tables J-8 & J-9!

I have a new spooky mini comic: The Bone Parade and a new sketch-book Ghost Town along with all my other Tiny Ghost Storiesand my Ghosts of Pineville comics!!

I’ll be posting pics of other little items I’ll have available…as SPX approaches! Can’t wait to hang-out with comic buds and talk shop!

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Less than a week until Small Press Expo…one of our favorite events of the year!!!
And leading up to the festivities I’ll be posting peeks at all the new work I’ll have available at table J8.
Here’s a little promo for my new mini comic Bone Parade…about the dire consequences facing two boys as they sneak into their local graveyard. This is my fifth Tiny Ghost Story…and you can collect them all at SPX!!

Less than a week until Small Press Expo…one of our favorite events of the year!!!

And leading up to the festivities I’ll be posting peeks at all the new work I’ll have available at table J8.

Here’s a little promo for my new mini comic Bone Parade…about the dire consequences facing two boys as they sneak into their local graveyard. This is my fifth Tiny Ghost Story…and you can collect them all at SPX!!

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And we’re ending our week of logos with this one we designed for…
 Davis Park 
Lexington CLT is a new non-profit organization that will provide permanently affordable for-sale and rental homes for income-qualified people in Fayette County.  Our first 80 - 100 homes will be built in Davis Park, formerly Davis Bottom, close to downtown Lexington.  The neighborhood will also be home to a mix of retail stores and housing.  The Community Land Trust will steward the land, making sure the businesses chosen will serve the needs of the neighborhood’s people.

And we’re ending our week of logos with this one we designed for…

Davis Park

Lexington CLT is a new non-profit organization that will provide permanently affordable for-sale and rental homes for income-qualified people in Fayette County.  Our first 80 - 100 homes will be built in Davis Park, formerly Davis Bottom, close to downtown Lexington.  The neighborhood will also be home to a mix of retail stores and housing.  The Community Land Trust will steward the land, making sure the businesses chosen will serve the needs of the neighborhood’s people.

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Our logo week continues with this design for the…
Digital Transgender Archive
The DTA will provide a centralized hub for transgender-related historical materials, including born-digital materials, materials contributed by independent projects, and information on archival holdings throughout the U.S. and Canada. 
We couldn’t have been happier with the process of designing this logo for what will be importantly rich resource.

Our logo week continues with this design for the…

Digital Transgender Archive

The DTA will provide a centralized hub for transgender-related historical materials, including born-digital materials, materials contributed by independent projects, and information on archival holdings throughout the U.S. and Canada.

We couldn’t have been happier with the process of designing this logo for what will be importantly rich resource.

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A fun, little logo we designed for…
Savory Cycle
Kentucky and specifically the central Kentucky Bluegrass Region are littered with various organized bicycle rides. Our goal is to create an experience where you enjoy the freedom of the bicycle, the beauty of the bluegrass, and the bounty of our farmers; all while witnessing the skills and knowledge of some of Kentucky’s most talented chefs. What is it? Progressive “Meal” + “Metric” Century (a metric century is a 100km bicycle ride, roughly 62 miles, our route will be roughly 65 miles) Why? Celebrate the thriving local food and beverage culture. Contribute to the vibrant bicycling scene. Raise awareness and money for Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop.

A fun, little logo we designed for…

Savory Cycle

Kentucky and specifically the central Kentucky Bluegrass Region are littered with various organized bicycle rides. Our goal is to create an experience where you enjoy the freedom of the bicycle, the beauty of the bluegrass, and the bounty of our farmers; all while witnessing the skills and knowledge of some of Kentucky’s most talented chefs.

What is it? Progressive “Meal” + “Metric” Century (a metric century is a 100km bicycle ride, roughly 62 miles, our route will be roughly 65 miles)

Why? Celebrate the thriving local food and beverage culture. Contribute to the vibrant bicycling scene. Raise awareness and money for Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop.

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