Monday, July 28, 2014
booth-neighbor having, all round excellent Artscape last week... we decided to reward ourselves with a mini-trip to the beach. Nothing like a soak in the ocean to sooth a tired soul, and reflect on how great everything is. Managed to make it home without too much of a junk-food hangover or sunburn, and got right back to re-printing everything we sold out of.
I just dropped off a big pile of the Baltimore Neighborhood Map tees at Double Dutch Boutique in Hampden (1021 W 36th St., Baltimore, MD 21211). Exclusive, limited edition colors, get em while they last!!
Have a great week, everyone!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 11:57 AM
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
I had the pleasure of collaborating on a wedding invitation this spring with two lovely people. Alex & Eric met in NYC and the front stoop they're sitting on in this illustration is a special place, woven into the story of their early relationship, right through to their engagement. The flowers around them are from their respective home states of California and Connecticut. Loved working on this one! 3 days until Artscape in Baltimore this weekend, and I'm dreaming of the projects that keep me indoors instead of out in the heat... but I'm excited to be part of the country's largest free arts festival, like always... and happy to get more Red Prairie Press to the Baltimore masses!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 10:36 AM
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
UPDATE: SOLD OUT!!
July 12, 10am-1pm
Baltimore Print Studios
18 W. North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21218
It's Summer. It's Hot. You're Sweaty....
Must be time to learn to print tshirts so you can stop wearing your sweaters!!!
I'm teaching another Tshirt Printing workshop for beginners this weekend at Baltimore Print Studios, from 10am-1pm. It's nice and cool in the studio, and you can bring your ice coffee along with you! The workshop will cover making positives, registering, coating & burning a screen, printing multiple colors,
and using the tshirt press and how to rig up your own household setup. See you there!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 11:20 AM
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
A friend send me a link to photographer Sandro Giordano's photo series on Instagram the other day, and I cannot stop myself from sharing, despite it clearly having been around a while. Why have I not seen these spectacular photos!?? The series "In Extremis" stages elaborate and ridiculous scenes of people supposedly having just fallen in compromising positions. They are so colorful, hilarious, strangely and deliciously dark, and so full of secret little details that you could look at them for hours and keep discovering new stories. I love these photos so much. See more here: http://instagram.com/__remmidemmi
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 12:43 PM
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
This weekend, June 21-22, Red Prairie Press will be selling our wares in Manayunk, PA (northern Philly) and hope to see all of our Philadelphia fans there! Two days of art, craft and fun in Manayunk. Saturday 11-7, Sunday 11-6; rain or shine!
More info at www.manayunk.com
Packing for this show after a glorious week of hiking and family visits in NH and VT. It's getting hot & sticky in Baltimore, and printing is becoming more of a challenge. Luckily, I have a new season of Orange is the New Black to watch while I print, a free window AC unit from a neighbor being installed soon, and have successfully evicted some fruit flies that tried to move into my studio plants. Life is good!
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 12:50 PM
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Specks + Keepings // Dylan Design
find them both at this weekend's Pile of Craft
I wrote an article yesterday for Bmore Art (Baltimore's greatest arts blog) on the business of handmade in Baltimore, and this weekend's Charm City Craft Mafia sponsored Pile of Craft.
Read it here:
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 12:27 PM
Monday, June 2, 2014
Summer has hit in Baltimore, and on my walk to get an afternoon coffee, I've just passed the neighborhood pool, which was to my shock, swarming with people in lounge chairs on a Monday afternoon. Wonder if any of them have even more free time, and want to come help me prepare for this weekend's Pile of Craft fair in Charles Village?
Restocking all of these flowy, racerback tank tops today in the shop in preparation for said craft fair, and dreaming of the wonderful weekend I just spent with Phil - working in our garden, going running, visiting the neighborhood street festival, and repainting our bedroom a lighter, brighter color. Is it only Monday? Looking ahead dreamily to a much desired vacation in NH that starts in one week and involves some woods and some family. Both of which are not only desired, but required right now :)
Posted by Red Prairie Press at 2:54 PM