Eastown Street Fair.

Introducing THE RUSHOUSE COMIC SHOP!
Established September 9, 2017. Disestablished slightly later September 9, 2017.

Cowabunga, dude.

When a child asks if you can make a Ninja Turtle, you don't make excuses. You make Ninja Turtles.

Do Everything. - 7.17

From the top of the pile of things made in-house this month.

01. Rushouse Day invitation
02. Best of Creston - Lions & Rabbits poster
03. AB/Cakabakery Wake Up Dance Party poster
04. Creston Brewery One Year Celebration poster
05. Graydon's Crossing facebook banner
06. National IPA Day (1/3)
07. Derby Station facebook banner
08. Fundraiser for Tami VandenBerg at Lions & Rabbits

Americana!

It's America day(!) and here I sit, on the porch, dreaming up different uses for red, white, and blue. I think I have seeing the cover to the Dandy Warhols' album Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia (pictured) at an impressionable age to thank for my enduring love for Americana. Before that (not to mention the album itself), I was just a 14 year old kid who thought he discovered Nirvana (by himself and ten years too late). Aesthetically speaking, I am patriotic af. On the other side of the window from Captain America's shield, I've hung a giant American flag for the last few years, which has admittedly started to feel a little weird, given the current state of things.

Earthgrinds of 2017 (so far)

The enduring and nearly ten-year-old Earthgrind logo, which I made on a whim for nothing and no one but myself back in the halcyon days of 2008, is still one of my favorite things to mess around with all because of it's simplistic versatility and other verbose descriptors. Honestly, I just love it, and even though this wasn't exactly in my mind when I made it, I look at it and think, “Life is short. Get to work.”

The Get Together.

The most I remember (fondly) of Rocky's from my drinkin' days is a blur of erratic colored lights and lots of spinning. Sharp colors and silhouettes, music I'd never listen to but loved more than anything for one night, and the feeling that the floor could give way at any moment.