Novelties with Alex Despain

We’re gonna jump in real quick with a poster collaboration with Alex Despain. Get ready for this one!

We’ve known Alex for a bit now, excited to finally work on a project together!

Tag team, back again

We’ve been getting things together over here for a relaunch of creative explosions. Crummy House have been on vacation, but at least we rebuilt this old website for your pretty eyes since we’ve been gone.

Look for some new announcements coming up about new collaborations and projects.

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Time to dig into the rapid fire treasure box & bust out the process gifs!

So much has been happening in the land of the visual over the last few months, we have barely had time to showcase any of it! Here’s Anna prepping some pieces that are now hanging on fancy blocks of wood at Maison de’Etoile, the home of tomorrow’s Crummy House show, Much Updo about Somethings. Come see all charming collaborations while enjoying free drank from Dripping Springs Vodka and badass jams from WABI SABI !


Upcoming Show

Crummy House is proud to announce an upcoming show at Maison de’Etoile.

Works to be shown include zines, posters and installations

The artwork will hang from March 7th until the end of the month and a celebration with music and drinks will occur March 21st at 7:30 PM. There is some great artwork included in these collaborations, so come out and see the show.


Our dear friends Alexis and Klint of  Crummy Jams Edition 1 fame (Alexis’ husband fame come Saturday!) have sent us one of the most treasured things a neophyte paper-clipper, rotary phone-using, cursive-writing dinosaur-person thing can hold dear on a list of treasures – A PACKAGE OF THINGS THEY ASSEMBLED WITH THEIR HANDS AND PUT A STAMP ON !! Klint has gifted us a pile of drawings and thoughts worthy of 2-million dollars in Crummy Currency. Someday, I hope we have a place you can trade it in and get prizes. A few of Klint’s pieces will available for viewing at the very-soon-to-be-announced  Crummy art show that’s going up at Charm School Vintage. With so much rad stuff, it’s only natural to make a separate book afterwards!

Let also not go unnoticed The ink jet article Ms. A has included in the parcel. As do all good sisters  born of Jane Austen’s imagination,  she has included a journal with magical crystal properties wherein I shall dissect and review said article for her to ponder on, and if she so chooses, respond to. It’s Hanukkah in February.


We know, we’ve been absent. But it is not without good cause. Jessica graduated at the end of last year and I’ve been working for myself on artwork and design. WE’VE BEEN CHANGING THINGS UP!

That’s not all, though. We’ve been working on some shows this year and our first one is this weekend at Common House. We’ll be joining forces with Miss Alexandra Valenti this Saturday at 7:00 PM. Please join us.


The sounds that Vegetable Kingdom made in our recent collaboration have been added to Tasty! Foundation’s upcoming show in October. A big thanks to Logan and all of our collaborators thus far and in the future. Your inspiration keeps Crummy House going!

Click to read about the show and the other artists

Read more about Tasty! Foundation’s mission:

The aim of the smacznego! Foundation (pl for ‘tasty!’) is to investigate sidetracks and verges of culture. This is often the place where most interesting phenomena are hidden along with their creators, whose firm noncomformism condemns them for both social and artistic exclusion. Our foundation is commited to the task of revealing at least some of the brave ideas of people, for whom so-called ‘artistic community’ is an artificial and too narrow-minded a milieu. Our interests consist primarily of visual arts and music. An important facet of our activities is also an attempt to form social awareness of marginalized artistic phenomena of Polish art. But we are also open to co-operate with artists beyond boundaries.