Monday, November 9, 2009

King Con postgame

Had a great time at King Con Brooklyn! It was great to meet so many interesting and talented people on both sides of the tables! It turns out to be a bit of a slog manning a table by yourself, as I discovered on Sunday (thankfully I was able to rope the lovely Mariel P. Isaacson into hanging out with me all day Saturday), but all in all it was a fun show... I heard a few people describing the vibe as kind of like the first few years of MoCCA, which I can absolutely see. The space was especially cool, and convenient to my apartment! Hopefully the show will continue--and continue to grow--in the next few years!

There were also a few people who asked about web sales of prints. I've been a little hesitant to set up any real e-commerce on this site because I don't really want to get bogged down in inventory, but I do have at least one or two left of each of the prints (Glicees of "Steel Helmet," "SOAO (Man with Guitar)," "A Troubling of Goldfish," and the Berlin Alexanderplatz bird silkscreens). I've been selling them for $20 each, except now that I'm down to the last two bird silkscreens I've upped the price to $40, because I'm kind of sentimentally attached to them. If you're interested, send me an email (design [at] ericskillman [dot] com), and we can work out a paypal situation or something. I'll even toss in a free POTUS with any order.

(And comics are still available HERE, of course.)

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