Archive for July, 2010

American Craft Magazine

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

We got a really nice write-up in the August/September 2010 edition of American Craft Magazine. You can read the article here online.

Sara Makes Comics

Monday, July 12th, 2010

-The Ghosts of Pineville- 

It’s been years since I posted an ongoing web comic. The Ghosts of Pineville is already finished and complete and will now update twice a week (every Monday and Thursday) until the story’s conclusion. This first episode is 60 pages, providing months of uninterrupted storyline!

The Ghosts of Pineville is an all-ages story about three kids who go in search for the truth behind the ghost stories of their small, 1950’s town.

Pineville has its ghost stories. The strange disappearance of local boy Simon Stillwater has become one of them. It is said he was abducted by the ghost Emily VanWart to be part of her collection of souls, but what if there’s more to the story? What if it’s not a story at all? Follow Chopper, Hank, and Glory, three children from the small town of Pineville, as they discover the truth about their hometown.


Monday, July 12th, 2010

We will have a booth at Flatstock 26 in Chicago - July 16-18 during the Pitchfork Music Festival!

If you’d like to learn more about Flastocks and the American Poster Institute…API has created a new, very sweet blog. Check it!

The FLATSTOCK poster show series is presented by the American Poster Institute (API). It is an ongoing series of exhibitions featuring the work of many of the most popular concert poster artists working today.The API is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to serving poster artists and promoting the art form. Both the API and its FLATSTOCK series were organized in 2002 as a result of conversations between interested artists and supporters frequenting the popular web site The best concert posters have always captured both the essence of the music they promoted and the spirit of the time in which they were produced. This is as true today as it was in San Francisco during the Sixties.

The FLATSTOCK shows provide the general public with an ongoing series of opportunities to see fine poster art in person and to meet the artists who’ve created it — they provide the API with a way to present the poster artists collectively while showcasing the breadth of individual styles they represent.