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APE 2013 was utterly exhausting and not very successful monetarily, but I met some really amazing people — so that’s fine by me.
We were 908B and no one show up at 908A, so an APE staff member came over to tell us to take over the rest of the table. So that was a plus!
I also unexpectedly got some very useful advice regarding costumes for Death Is No Bad Friend! Who knew I would find myself chatting to a gentleman dressed as The Phantom of the Opera?
I’m glad to have exhibited at SF Zine Fest, SPX, and APE this year, but I’m not sure that I would do this next year. I think I haven’t found my niche quite yet. I’m going to look into some book fairs and continue my search for an agent to represent my work.
Writer Jackson McBrayer was an absolute sweetheart! I’m very much looking forward to checking out his webcomic 6th Circle, about a strange tattoo shop.
The gentleman behind Frederick the Great: A Most Lamentable Comedy Breaching Time and Space was wonderful. Not only was he wearing an impressive Victorian outfit, but he also bought a copy of The Poet and the Flea zine and wrote a nice little review of it:
A comic about William Blake! That’s pretty much all Gallas needed to say to sell me on it, but it’s really a beautiful and touchingly told little book. I picked up the first zine of it which contains the first 10 pages, and it was enough to make me check in on the website, where the first 30 are up and available for viewing. Blake is such an oddball figure in literary history, he was More Than Due for a comic treatment, and Gallas does it precisely as it ought to be done.
I had a great little conversation about George Grosz with Katherine Kreider Wirick and bought a copy of her graphic novel zine Nervenkrank: A Story About John Heartfield. Grosz was my main visual influence for The First Reich, so it was great to hear that Grosz would be appearing as an actual character in Katherine’s series. Check out her website katherine.kreider-wirick.com and Tumblr katherinewirick.tumblr.com.
I was particularly impressed by the gorgeous watercolor work of Pariah Missouri! :D facebook.com/PariahMO
Please visit my store: thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com!
Copyright 2013 by G. E. Gallas
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Related Post: Plans for SF Zine Fest 2013.
This past weekend, I tabled at SFZF (San Francisco Zine Fest) — my first time tabling! I didn’t sell as much as I had hoped, but it was a great experience nonetheless. I met a number of really nice and talented artists/zinesters and handed out a ton of The Poet and the Flea postcards & The First Reich flyers. Now, I feel much more prepared for SPX in September and APE in October.
Here’s a photographic taste of my experience…
Please visit my store: thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com!
Copyright 2013 by G. E. Gallas
13 comments | tags: APE, Art, Artist, Artists, Artwork, Auditorium, Banner, Bay Area, Beth Dean, Black Mast, Book Binding, Brandon, Building, Busy, Comic, Comic book, Comic books, Craft, Crazy, D. C., Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Dark, Documentary, Drawing, Dystopian, Envelope, Experience, Facebook, Fair Building, Film, Flea, Flyers, Freeways Collide, Fun, Ghost, Golden Gate Park, Gothic, Graphic Novel, Handmade, Hipster, Hipsters, Home, Horror, Illustrator, Image, Labor Day, LGBT, Macabre, Mailing List, Mammon, Marie, Maryland, Party, Permit, Photo, Photograph, Photographs, Photography, Photos, Picture, Plan, Plans, Plush Toy, Poet, Poetry, Postcards, Poster, Posters, Prepared, Princess, Print, Printmaking, Prints, San Francisco, San Francisco Zine Fest, Seller's Permit, Sewing, SF Zine Fest, SFZF, Short Story, Smithereens, SPX, Steampunk, Storenvy, Strange, Stuffed Animal, Table, Tabling, Talented, The Ghost of a Flea, The Ink Drinker, Tumblr, Twitter, Uncanny, Vistaprint, Washington, Web Comic, Webcomic, Weekend, William Blake, Writer, Zine, Zines, Zinesters | posted in Graphic Novel, Illustration/Design, Zines
Finally, The Flea (plush toy) is here!!!
I hope you enjoy our little photo shoot. The Flea can be quite the prima donna. He even managed to frighten me a few times, popping out from crafty hiding places. But he made a few friends along the way, so that’s sweet. I just hope he doesn’t try to corrupt and/or eat them!!!
Soon, you’ll be able to procure your own sinister companion when my online store (thepoetandtheflea.storenvy.com) opens at the end of this month!
Copyright 2013 by G. E. Gallas
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Related Posts: Preliminary Design: “The Flea” Plush Toy.
Firstly, I just wanted to thank everyone for their interest in The Flea plush toy. My previous post on this subject received 72 likes so far and a number of very enthusiastic comments — all very much appreciated!
I’d also like to thank my mom for all her help because she certainly has more sewing skills than I do!
I’ve been working on this project for many months now, and it has only just recently come into fruition. We went through many different ideas and designs. But I think, in the end, we’ve hit upon something really great — simultaneously scary and cute!
Below are some highlights of The Flea’s journey…
Wasn’t 100% happy with the black felt material we originally picked out. So went back to Britex to find a better fabric. Found this relatively inexpensive pseudo black velvet that hopefully will work better. Can’t wait to cut it out to see how it looks.
Tried making a prototype tonight, but didn’t really turn out as expected. Doesn’t look bad, just not perfect. Going to go back to the drawing board and exaggerate The Flea‘s features even more for the next try.
Thought it might be best to try another approach for the second prototype. One of my original ideas for The Flea plush toy was to make a modified sock monkey. This way, we can achieve The Flea’s head, body, and long limbs and then add details like horns with the felt. Will look into buying some socks!
Bought some socks — now to experiment!
Copyright 2013 by G. E. Gallas
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Here is a compilation of all the posts regarding my Cannes/London 2013 trip. Please enjoy!
- Pre-Travel Planning
- Bon Voyage, See You in June!
- Saturday May 11th
- Sunday, May 12th
- Monday, May 13th
- Tuesday, May 14th
- Wednesday, May 15th
- Thursday, May 16th
- Friday, May 17th
- Saturday, May 18th
- Sunday, May 19th
- Monday, May 20th
- Tuesday, May 21st
- Wednesday, May 22nd
- Thursday, May 23rd
- Friday, May 24th
- Saturday, May 25th
- Sunday, May 26th
- Monday, May 27th
- Tuesday, May 28th
- Tuesday, May 28th @ Tate Britain
- Tuesday, May 28th @ Tate Britain, William Blake Rooms
- Wednesday, May 29th
- Wednesday, May 29th @ National Portrait Gallery
- Thursday, May 30th
Copyright 2013 by G. E. Gallas
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