Tuesday, March 15, 2005

The Retrospective That Never Was

It truly couldn't get any better than displaying all of our wares at one time, on one unsuspecting bookshelf. And, yes, someone did end up stealing the shorts right off the hanger.

Click for a glimpse:

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Liberace Take One

Here's another rarity you can click on. It's the first, ultrarare draft of the Amateur Liberace Film Competition flyer and entry form that we mocked up. I believe a few of these were even distributed out to early applicants. This flyer was, of course, replaced with the fabulous Josh Sullivan original design that we used in the end. Mr. Sullivan can be found at www.joshcomics.com and a bigger version of this flyer can be found by clicking on the thumbnail:



It actually reminds me of those black-and-white Anton Corbijn photos of U2 in Berlin around the time of Achtung Baby. Liberace was so ahead of his time...

Thursday, February 17, 2005

Horror A Go Go: The Promotion!

Have you ever had a program where the flyers and promotional material were better than the actual event itself? We most definitely have (*cough*icecream*cough*). However, with the 2nd Annual Horror A Go-Go, such was not the case. Good flyer - great front side, featuring a genius riff on Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" courtesy of Laura, and then an incomprehensible collage on the reverse, all heralded the BEST. EVENT. EVER.

Click on, you clickers:

  

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Coming Soon!

The most magnificent film you'll never see! A teaser, as they say in the biz....


70s Craft Explosion! Revisited

I just ran across a highly entertaining livejournal post by the actor who portrayed the Kool-Aid man at our 70s Craft Explosion!

http://www.livejournal.com/users/archiedavis/223865.html

Monday, January 03, 2005

Are you ready for some FOOTBALL?!

Wednesday, December 29, 2004

Our Christmas Gift to You

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Wednesday, December 22, 2004

When's The Best Time To Library A Go Go?

Why ten in the morning of course! Peaks and valleys!