The rad folks putting together the Austin Zine Fest did a little interview with us. Go over to their site to get the details on the fest and learn a little more about our process and purpose. Then get ready to come buy some zines from us in November. We’ve got some good ones in the kitchen right now!
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 !
If you live in Austin and love art and books, you probably have heard of Domy Books. Well, long story short, Domy left Austin and Farewell Books has taken over the lease. We got to check out the opening of Farewell Books last week and hope you can make it by and check out the new digs.
There are a few other shops that are sharing the space, so there is a nice variety of things to look at and buy. You can even step out back and eat at Schmaltz. So many good people have been involved in keeping this space up and going, so go by and check it out.
If you can and are able, donate to their cause here.
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!
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.