Went to Printed Matter in New York for a panel about Ray Johnson, an artist I deeply love. Crackerjack Kid tossed boxes into the audience and I caught one. He said that if we added to and returned we'd be on his mailing list. Of course I wanted to be, so I did. I'm an artist working in mixed media in New York City.
Coffee Clutch update: With the first big wind and rain storm of the Cascadia's Stormy Season predicted for Wednesday, Deadfall Farm is waiving its $10 fee on Wednesday and Thursday only for intrepid swamp trekkers in search of an exceptional outdoor experience.
We're glad you've enjoyed the latest Clutch. Note: some of the Clutch ads are actually "real", for example "Pinnacle Text" by the friend Alison. I hope you consider participating in the "COVID 19K" in August and stop by Rachel's Soup Kitchen on Highway 102 if you do a road trip some weekend. It's always good to get some fresh outdoor air and escape your COVID-infested neighborhood!
Dare Ms.Li Araki, Would like to simply underscore your praise for the artist Jack Lattemann of Cascadia Artpost. I also find him to be habitually playful, amusing & inventive. Thanx for posting & sharing here at the IUOMA . Best to you. Richard Canard
Li, you're welcome. The Coffee Clutch was a "spontaneous project" - done on the spur of the moment after picking up a Coffee News at a local restaurant. All of the addresses in Coffee Clutch are real, in the Cascadia Diorama. And LoJack is a real sock monkey who just got into real estate. The response to Coffee Clutch is so great that another Coffee Clutch will surely appear again this fall, and you'll be on the list to receive it!
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