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Exploring Ink

I created these tattooed heads for ECCC 2015. They were simply supposed to be props to display VILE's Logo Beanies. However, they managed to garner such strong attention from the Con attendees, I decided to offer them up for sale. 

Each one-of-a-kind design is hand drawn and required about seven hours of hatching with a Sharpie marker. The heads are hard moulded plastic and have a slight texture that helps hold the ink. They require some gentle care due to the fact that the plastic doesn't absorb the ink. Therefore, permanent will remain permanent assuming you don't rub the shit off. Keep them out of reach of your children.

If you are interested in purchasing either one of these custom pieces, you can find them in our Shop — Female headMale Head

Helping Kickstart Better Half

One of our favorite local chefs, who has been running an intimate dinner-party-style restaurant out of his home with his wife for a number of years recently Kickstarted an effort to open a real restaurant. Due, in no small part, to their hard work, congenial natures, and amazing menus their effort was met with widespread, enthusiastic local support. 

PushStart Kitchen will be moving out of their loft and we are anxiously awaiting the grand opening of their new restaurant Better Half.

I am thrilled to be a part of the campaign and have contributed a piece of art that will be on display for the life of the restaurant. 

I wish Zach and Cristina best wishes for a very successful future and thank them for the opportunity to be a miniature part of their dream.

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