I spent a long time making this flyer (adapting some techniques I picked up from my friend James Ford) and then realized that someone else had made a different flyer and sent it to me…a month ago. In any case, it’s a nice one.
One night, five excellent solo noise performances.
this drawing is by William Steig, from the illustrated edition of Wilhelm Reich’s book Listen, Little Man. I modified it very slightly.
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PMF was great! I still have some of these asemic documents available. $10 (trades are cool too!)
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VERY STOKED to be playing this show next week with two of my absolute favorite local acts and another killer band from Virginia.
Flyer by Quitter drummer Li’l Bill (more of his work here).
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"Way USA: Baltimore" (1988)
In 1988 Mtv made a travel/comedy show starring Tesco Vee of the Meatmen. Their first (and only?) stop was BALTIMORE. Of course John Waters is in it.
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So this upcoming weekend (March 7th-9th) is packed with so many awesome events.
On Friday, ALLOVER Street will be a stacked evening of art openings within a two block radius. Myself, AB, Will, and Angie will all be showing prints in A100. Pictures of these to come soon.
So the pictures above are ones of Mark, AB, and I preparing two of four prints that will be shown on Saturday and Sunday at PMF.
We are SO excited to show our work all weekend, and to broaden our print horizons here in Baltimore.
We will be at the grind every day until this weekend, so expect more pictures soon! And check out all the awesome events this weekend!
Yeah! Photos of our progress.
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Video from my set with Quitter at Metro Gallery last night (this one).
Selections have been made and designs are under way! Thanks so much to all who submitted. We’re really looking forward to the reading on April 25th and to PMF V on March 8th and 9th.
This project is going to be a lot of work but I’m really excited for it.
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Expert Alterations is the best ever New Zealander/Flying Nun band to comprise three dudes in their 20s from Baltimore.
In all seriousness, though, these guys make some real catchy, jangly-ass music and they always put on a good show. That’s Alan from Wildhoney on bass if you couldn’t tell!
We are very excited to be participating in Open Space’s fifth annual Print and Multiples Fair! We’ll have patches, postcards, prints from both AB and Mark, and the first two broadsides. Come check out our table and support all the other presses, labels, and artists. March 8-9, 12-6pm.
I’ll have large prints of my asemic piece “Document #1" available alongside the brand-new Black Aggie offerings.
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