Monday, December 15, 2014
This Thursday, from 5-9pm, we'll be at Peabody Heights Brewery in Charles Village for Last Stop Hops N Shop - a new event put on by the Charm City Craft Mafia (the same folks who bring you Holiday Heap and Pile of Craft)... but a smaller scale, less crowded & stressful shopping experience, which - being at a brewery - can also involve beer tasting!
Last chance to buy Hand Printed, and Eco-Friendly gifts for all the ladies on your Christmas List, directly from the source. This is our very last craft fair of 2014. See ya there!
Last Stop Hops N Shop
Peabody Heights Brewery
401 E. 30th St.
Baltimore, MD 21218
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 5:54 PM
Monday, December 8, 2014
I had the pleasure of writing a long holiday rant about my favorite subject - Baltimore makers - in the form of a holiday gift guide for the ever-awesome & informative BmoreArt.com Hope you have a chance to take a look. There is something for everyone within, but let's face it - my main point is that you may purchase ME everything on this list. You're welcome, thanks, and Merry December to you too.
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 12:29 PM
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Holiday Heap (Baltimore)
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6 - 10am-5pm
I'm on my 38th cup of coffee for the day, and patiently waiting for the heat to come on in the studio, so I can locate the feeling in my fingers, and print the rest of these Baltimore tees.
It's holiday mayhem time, and somehow, Holiday Heap is already Holiday Creep-ing up on us!
This Saturday from 10am-5pm in Baltimore, you can shop your heart out, and feel great about supporting local artists by doing so!
Thrilled as always to join a show chock-full of talented folks - and as it's our second to last event of the season... you should get your motor running! I'll have the full line available, but we will sell out of some things - so come early!
Holiday Heap - 2640 St. Paul St., Baltimore, MD 21218 more info at www.charmcitycraftmafia.com
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 10:50 AM
Friday, November 28, 2014
Thrilled to have some new headbands in stock for the holidays!
Hemp/Organic Cotton/Spandex blend, Made in USA, hand printed and hand sewn here in Baltimore!
Each band comes 3" thick, and packaged with an encouraging message from the headband itself!
Perfect for tackling life skills from house cleaning to house building.
One size Fits all.
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 2:53 PM
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Well, somehow it's already fall, and the leaves are pretty, hats and coats are out, and we found ourselves full of warm soup and carving pumpkins last night while we watched the end to another world series and tried to form stronger opinions on the Maryland primaries with our neighbors and decide who to vote for in offices we don't understand. In other words... sounds of the season.
Our first winter craft fair in Philly next weekend (November 8 & 9) is the perfect way to enjoy fall and feel superior to the lazy slobs who do their holiday shopping in December (us, for instance).
Plus, you get to visit the Philadelphia Armory, which is a creepy cool building, and maybe these squirrels will be there shopping too... hard to say for certain. They look busy.
New dresses, pullovers, tees, scarves, and the whole shebang with be with us, and because armories don't really have heat... we'll drink any hot drink you deliver us!
Thank you in advance, you best friend ever!!!!
November 8 & 9
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 10:34 AM
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Everyone's favorite Baltimore Animation Screening is this Friday night, and just in case you thought we didn't do enough screen printing during the week, Phil and I spent last weekend at Baltimore Print Studios pulling about 100 of these 3 color SWEATY EYEBALLS posters to hang around town for Baltimore's college students to steal for their dorm rooms and bachelor pads.
In case you missed seeing a poster, the prominent info is on social media, where info I post can be both stolen by evildoers AND simultaneously viewed by the masses! Hooray!
Sweaty Eyeballs Animation Invitational
October 17, 7:30pm
Maryland Institute College of Art Brown Center
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 3:52 PM
Thursday, October 2, 2014
When I caught wind a few weeks ago that the artist behind one of my favorite murals in Baltimore was coming to town from Brooklyn to do a temporary pop-up project down by Lexington Market, I knew I'd want to be involved. Stephen Powers (of ICY SIGNS) along with a crew of talented sign painters has moved into a small space on Paca St. and for the last few weeks, has been doing a really great outreach project, making hand painted enamel signs for Baltimore businesses.... free of charge. If you've driven down 295 and peered toward Second Chance, you'll see some of the bigger signs they've been working on, but Red Prairie Press requested a smaller more mobile one since we don't yet have a permanent location. I am so grateful to have something so special to represent my own work, made by artists I respect so entirely. You can check out the genius of Stephen Power's work through his instagram account: HERE.
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 4:44 PM