Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Spreading the TOOMASOOBA Word...

Boomabot at Minicine
Fall 2010 has definitely been a successful period in TOOMASOOBA's short history! I'd been toiling away in semi-seclusion since TOOMA's inception, really trying to shape the direction and overall vibe of the work. Shreveport's first ever indie arts & crafts show called "Maker's Fair" seemed like a great place for the public debut, so I jumped at the chance to exhibit. Held over two Saturdays in October and November, it was a success all around -- sold a number of prints, shirts, plush, etc., and met a ton of new friends in the local arts community!

Our 4AFTER5 group show opened at Artspace on November 18th -- after planning the exhibit for well over six months, it was rewarding to see it all come together. There were plenty of congratulatory high-fives to go around, let me tell you. Want to see some photos from the opening? Click here.

Meanwhile, Brad Campbell and I were honored to show some illustration work at the American Rose Center's Christmas in Roseland over the holidays. And on December 11th, I took part in "X-mas Under Da Ground", a one-night film/art/music event at Minicine in downtown Shreveport.

All in all, a busy (but awesome) couple of months! I already have a few cool opportunities in the works for 2011, when I hope to spread the TOOMASOOBA love far and wide. Keep an eye on this here page for some sweet announcements, will ya?

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