The place was packed throughout the evening — it was a great time. I debuted a couple of new shirts and prints, spread the TOOMA word with folks who hadn’t encountered my art before, and, of course, I also had plenty of coffee. If you happen to stop by, might I suggest an Eastside Latte or Iced Thunder, perhaps?
Rhino is a cool, independent business that supports the local community (and vice versa) — I’m glad they’re thriving here in Shreveport. Here’s to many more years!
|A rad hand-drawn sign to announce those involved.|
|I was glad to be set up inside, where there was air conditioning. I was not|
so glad to be photobombed by James of Day Old Blues.
|Kyle Craft doing his solo thing. Listen to his music and thank me later.|
|Index Drums representing on the back patio.|
|Engine performing - these dudes are amazing. Buy their music now!|
|Shoppers checking out the TOOMA action.|