Another awesome #cute photo of two people from #Cincinnati sporting their brand new #Lincoln#Apparel#shirts ! This was at the Overcast #HipHop#Festival at the beginning of September. Like the Milwaukee festival, this was an absolute pleasure to work, very little douchebaggery, just kind people #appreciative of the arts. I'm so glad I discovered #Ohio , it has several cultured cities that make it far from the "drive through" state so many people think it is.
Anyway, this weekend I'll be doing another road trip to the #TwinCities ! I haven't done a festival there yet this year, so this weekend will be it. I have one festival in Marydale Park in #StPaul on Saturday noon-5, and I'll be vending at Open Streets #Minneapolis on Sunday 11-5. I never really got the chance to explore it the last time I was there, though people really seemed to love my shirts, this trip will leave some room for exploring (aside from Chicago itself, it feels like the biggest city I've been to.)
Next and last #Chicago#festival this year will be Edgewater Fall #Arts Fair September 29-30.
I am working on a festival schedule for October that will likely include Madison, Minneapolis, and Cincinnati.
Here is the other half of my boring #timelapse painting pineapples 😂 🍍🍍 I was debating whether or not to share this just because it’s another 45 seconds of slow work *but* I get a lot of messages from y’all asking to see the whole process so I figured why not 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️ comment 💕 💕 if yer into it or 🤢🤢 if you wish I’d show less boring content 😂
Every hotel in Chicago seems to have its own unique history. I’ve seen a million photos of this one and it was pretty incredible walking into the lobby for the first time. Did you know that the brownie was invented here? Well, at least that’s one theory. We didn’t eat a brownie but we sure packed in a lot of popcorn and pizza.
Each September, @expochicago opens the fall art season at historic Navy Pier. Mark you calendars for the seventh edition, September 27–30, 2018, featuring leading international art galleries and numerous onsite programs.
This was a great exhibit at the @shedd_aquarium entitled “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea”
The project started in 2010 when artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi organized a beach cleanup in Oregon and used the collected trash (over five tons in the exhibit) to create these sculptures.
I like them all, but I am partial to the penguin #chicago#chicagoart