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Monthly Archives: August 2012

  • Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival

    Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival this weekend in Seattle

    Bumbershoot turns 42 this weekend and based on this year’s lineup, attendees are in for a REAL treat. Since Bumbershoot’s inception in 1971 (take that, Coachella!), it’s been drawing hundreds of thousands of hip cats in the know to the Pacific Northwest for a full weekend of music, art, film, indie vendors, local food, and comedy. (It’s actually North America’s largest urban arts festival- rad!) With performances by Skrillex, Jane’s Addiction, M83, Yelawolf, Passion Pit, plus comedy by Fred Armisen, Nick Swardson, Brian Posehn, and Doug Benson, this year’s Labor Day festival is expected to draw over 100,000 screaming fans into the heart of Seattle.

    Bumbershoot might sound like a silly word, but according to it’s actually been around since 1915-1920 to describe a mashup between an umbrella and parachute. Who knew? We do love a good mashup, so it’s just another reason to head northwards for Bumbershoot this weekend.

    A festival just doesn’t seem to be a festival anymore without some art, and Bumbershoot 2012 is no exception. They’re playing host to Flatstock, the notorious gig poster and screenprinting festival that travels around the world showcasing the best of the best in printing today. The lineup of heavy hitters includes Wheatpasters Dan Stiles and Nate Duval, so of course we’ve gotta show them a little love and strongly encourage all attendees to check them out. You can view Dan’s collection of canvas wall art and fabric wall decals here, and Nate’s collection of removable wallpaper and canvas wall art here. Like what you see? We’re offering free shipping on all items right now, so be sure to gear up before Bumbershoot and shop now!

  • We Love: Poketo & Jolby

    It’s infinitesimally awesome when products that we drool for meet artists that we swoon over. That’s exactly what happened when the galaxially radical duo of Jolby & Friends met the cosmically awesome people at Poketo in a star-aligned partnership from heaven.

    In case you haven’t figured it out, we sweat Jolby pretty hard around here and are pleased as punch to have them as part of our Collective. They’ve got their artsy lil’ fingers in products from calendars to apps to Poketo wallets & tees, and we’re super stoked to be the only ones offering their stickable posters and canvas wall art for your home.

    When we met up with Jolby at this year’s Comic Con, we were pumped to see that they were hanging out in the Poketo booth with Ted & Angie, founders of Poketo. We’re familiar with the wonderfulness that is Poketo (having owned some wallets of theirs before they got big, what what?!), so it was a glorious occasion to meet the people behind the rapidly expanding brand of radness.

    Turns out Pokeo digs Jolby just as much as we do, so of course we bonded immediately. Their latest release was a totally awesome Adventure Time Wallet for Comic Con, which is already out of print (sob)! Still, we’re hoping that the Poketo x Jolby relationship is long, fruitful, and hopefully involves some wall art one day (hint hint). What could we call ourselves? Pokpastelby? Whejoleto? Joletopaste? All suggestions are welcomed, but in the meantime why not feast your eyes on some Wheatpaste/Jolby amazingness?

  • Dribbble is a totally rad design site geared towards typeophiles, design geeks, and contemporary working illustrators from all over the world. As an invite-only service, dribbble whittles down the bajllions of awesome practicing designers to curate the best-of-the-best for your viewing pleasure. Don’t be fooled by dribbble’s seemingly inclusive community setup – yes, all the cool kids are there, but there’s always room for one more!

    That being said, we’re always super pumped to be able to support Wheatpaste Art Collective artists in their other artistic endeavors. If you want to keep up with a handful of our faves on dribbble, be sure to check out:

    Neil J. Rook

    LouLou & Tummie

    Jolby & Friends

    Neil J Rook is an illustrator and designer based in London. He graduated from the London College of Fashion in 2009 after studying surfaces textiles for fashion and has since applied his knowledge to patterns, fabrics, user interfaces and print-based projects. Some of his clients include AOL, Tesco Magazine, Grooveshark and Meredith Publishing. Aside from illustration, Neil likes good design, anything mid-century, good shoes, museums and cats. View his entire collection of Canvas Wall Art and reusable wall decals here.

    LouLou & Tummie is a Dutch illustration duo that is building an ever-expanding empire of colorful graphics and fascinating characters. Their characters appear in magazines, books, advertisements, on the web, and in real-life homes. Led by their love of toys, happiness, and all things cute, LouLou & Tummie use their computers to spit out creative designs that are at home all over the world. View their entire collection of Canvas Wall Art and reusable wall decals here.

    Jolby & Friends is the name of artistic duo Josh Kenyon and Colby Nichols, who began their joint design career in their hometown of San Diego. The secret behind their creative collaboration is combining Colby’s artistic obsession with creatures and shapes and Josh’s creative love for pattern and texture. The imaginative and skillfully executed results are an important element of the artistic community of Portland and beyond. View their entire collection of Canvas Wall Art and reusable wall decals here.

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