Punk Bazaar Photos!

Here are some photos from Tuesday’s bazaar at the Biercade; taken by my friends Eduardo and Natalie.
The punk bazaar was intended to bring different types of artists together and interact and support eachother by attracting their different clients and audiences. Every booth filled up with amazing products which ranged from handmade to old-school goodies. We also had a talented tattoo artist which got to tattoo about 7 people within a 5 hour time frame; and an amazing street artist and photographer known for his awesome wave walls. Within the hour the place filled with locals, tourists, band supporters, horror movie fans, urban artists, a few of my loyal customers and friends. Mission accomplished!

It was a great experience; one that showed just how close and supportive the “underground” music scene is and how different kinds of people all come together to support the local arts and small busineness.

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Halloween fun

I promised to show the finished product of my Halloween costume, inspired by John Carpenter’s movie They Live.

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Definitely a costume worth making because I won first prize at the Halloween costume party!

Now that October is over, it’s time to focus on upcoming events. Next Tuesday is my first bazaar for DIY artists and small businesses. If all goes well, this will become a monthly event for us. A review with photos should be the theme of my next blog post. Wish me luck!

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It’s almost Halloween!!

This month I wanted to do something crazy for Halloween. Usually I recycle my costumes, add stuff to them, mix and match, etc. This time I decided to dress as a movie character from the 80’s (which I won’t mention until I reveal it tomorrow hahah).

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Yes, it’s completely DIY!
I decided to make the mask from scratch because it was impossible to find this character’s face on the internet. I think only one site was selling a mildly expensive one which I wasn’t going to afford, so I followed an online tutorial and bought different materials to create my costume.

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I used paper clay and papier mache for this project. I had to carefully mold and sculpt the muscles and gums.

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I then used paint and gloss to make it as realistic and loyal to the movie as possible. More pics next week!

Happy Halloween!