Hanging out at the Farmers’ Market

art, photography, Prints

This Saturday I manned the Merry Inksters booth at the Corvallis Farmers’ Market. As always, I got to talk to a lot of awesome people, including one of my blog followers who recognized my work (hi Tyler!). I felt super famous.

I even got to meet an awesome accordion player, who I blindsided with a business card and a bunch of information about my musician photo project. Figures, the one week where I don’t bring my camera, there’s someone playing an accordion. Next week I’ll come prepared.

In addition to the usual array of super awesome prints for sale, I switched it up this week with some letterpress pendants I made. Remember when I got bored and printed up a bunch of little type cuts at the studio? I made them into necklaces.

Photo Jun 01, 8 28 09 AM Photo Jun 01, 8 28 14 AM Photo Jun 01, 8 28 20 AMI am by no means a jewelry maker (jewleryist?) but I think they’re pretty cool. I haven’t yet, but soon I’ll put a few of them up for sale in my sad and neglected Etsy shop.

Photo Jun 01, 8 28 47 AM

I also had out my usual array of prints for sale.

Photo Jun 01, 9 24 56 AMAnd of course, the market posters! These guys are going pretty quick and I have no idea if we’ll be printing a second edition, so if you want one you need to get down to the market soon. We’ll be there next Saturday!

 

 

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