She brought in lots of sketchbooks, portfolios, marketing tips, resources, you name it. Thanks, Betsy!
She also gave feedback on early ideas for products and packaging. These are cute things by Bri
Juliana will sell these felt toys that must be fondled:
Cyndi did her own fine shirts, from a sketch done at the Harvard Natural History Museum. Yay, field trips aren't for nothin'!
Lori created a wonderful set of foodie magnets, called Fridge Friends, with cute packaging:
I'm partial to the donut with frosting, myself...
Here's Lori as drawn by Alysa, who will be whipping out caricatures at the sale.
Bret's got graphic stickers to go:
Joe's stick-figure snowman is back this season, in a variety of comic situations:
And there's more, cards, block prints, and a surprise fish item you will HAVE to have.
We rolled out some class colors to make a banner.
And presto! Amazing what can happen in a matter of minutes with this ninja troop and some glue sticks.
Here is where we wonder how not to get oil paint on anything, hoping that the actual tables are big enough for all the awesome wares.
So, come one, come all, and go Beyond Shopping: buy art made by the illustrators of tomorrow! The tables are on the second floor, take a left towards the MECA cafe, down a few stairs and into Room 264 (where normally art history classes take place)...you can't miss the blinking red lights.