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hi everyone! in the coming days we will have a new online store set up here with new tshirts for your buying and wearing pleasure. please check back with us soon. and i mean soon!
i finally gave myself the chance to make some new things!!
jumbo dinosaur crayons. recycled glass tile earrings and hairpins. yo-yo hair clips and rings. colored google eye earrings and hairpins with cutie cute lash lines. and feather hair pins.
whew. these should be up on our etsy very,very soon!!
forward collective has found two new homes in the austin area.
visit our friends at storyville austin on the drag. not only do they supply our tees for women and men, they carry my yo-yo accessories; hairpins, rings and pins. on top of that they carry lots of super cool tees and accesories from our friends kayci wheatley, kelly d, and will heron and other talented austin designers. you can even try your hand at designing your own tee. head out to storyville austin and they will custom make a tee shirt at your hearts content. when your finished shopping, head across the street to feast on some fabulous eats from the lovely people at veggie heaven and cornucopia.
south of the river, the people at austin handmade have been carrying some of our select tee’s since sxsw. make sure you check out the fabulous goods crafted from our friends m squared jewelry and bellarina design as well. austin handmade recently moved and will be celebrating their grand re-opening this thursday 07/16. stop by for some diy action and refreshing adult beverages.
I was at my friend Jeremy’s house a couple weeks ago, for a drawing session, and I was looking through some old photos he’d acquired throughout the years. There were some really good ones but there was one I was crazy about. I had to borrow it and make something out of it. Here is that picture.
Amazing right? What was that third little lady looking at?
Well, I figured it out. I went ahead and jazzed up the image a bit by adding a Jamaican, love-able, monster that goes by Mon (like “hey man” – said with a jamaican accent). Mon just wanted to give these sweet, little, old ladies a giant hug, but you know how little old ladies can be. One of them felt threatened and had to give ol’ Mon a giant zap of laser power in hopes that he would retreat to his native Jamaican Island. Poor Mon.
join us at the mosaic christmas bazaar/swap-o-rama TODAY, December 13th from 4pm-8pm. mosaic is located at 5619 Airport Blvd 78751. click here to learn more details about the event and their amazing community.
In the spirit of spending less money, encouraging reusing, reducing, and recyling, and supporting local artists, Mosaic will be hosting a holiday swap-o-rama/bazaar!
we will be bringing a ton of stuff to swap and we will have a booth set up selling our tote bags, tee’s for adults and kids, onesies, baby hats, and accessories made from these vintage fabric yo-yo’s, all at dicounted prices!! everything from $2-$20. so come on by and say hello.
We recently created an Etsy store and we are super excited about it. We don’t have much up yet but will start adding more items very soon. Just a couple of days after we created the shop our Laser Fox tee was featured in this blog. Fun!!
Our URL is www.forwardcollective.etsy.com or you can always click on the link provided in the “Store” section of this blog.
Have we mentioned our good friend Matthew Briar Bonifacio Rodriguez before? He’s an artist. He is in a traveling group show that is opening in Austin tonight at Super Alright Creative Studio. The show is called Way Down In New Orleans, and is curated by Aubrey Edwards. The show starts at 7pm, click here for more details.
This travelling exhibition opened in the nation’s capital of Washington DC on the third anniversary of Katrina, and it has now come to the capital city of Texas.Way Down in New Orleans unites an array of New Orleans-based artists with artists nationwide, five artists hailing from Austin…
Since you will already be in East Austin be sure to swing by the East End Craft Gallery art opening tonight featuring the collections of Melanie Sallis & Susan Page. The show starts at 6pm. We recently stocked the gallery with a number of tees and accessories so check them out!
East End Craft Gallery
1101 Navasota St. (corner of E.11th & Navasota)
Austin, Texas 78702