Tag: Amy Kuttab
As promised, here’s a hand drawn version of the RAJEN checkpoint map. It’s big, and detailed. Start checking out the route, and we’ll see you at Roberts Square Park next Saturday!
We will have these available at the end of the race and through kickstarter.
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At Here’s the Story, we are always looking for new ways and new places to share stories. And so Sept. 8th and 9th you will find us at the Chicago Renegade Craft Fair. We will have artwork available from various artists. Artists like, Amy Kuttab, Kenton Quatman, Brandon Knowlden, Caitlyn Eakins, Jennifer Parks, Rachel Howard, and Aria Alexander-Manifold! Just to name a few.
Yeah, last year we had an amazing ChicagoRCF experience, and this year, we said, “We owe them a booth for such an adventure.” Also, we are total crafty crafters, not to mention we know that slew of artists listed above.
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It’s true that the cost of shipping and cotton on T-Shirts has gone up. That said, there are a number of shirts we have left from long ago and we are keen to sell out.
So next month we are bringing back the Strawberry Head T-shirt for a limited time and to incentivise buying the final ones we have dropped the price to eight dollars.
This design is one of my favorites. It was done by Amy Kuttab who has done a number of cool works for us, the most famous of which is the Telling Fire. Which is one of the few Here’s the Story pieces we have in our collection as originals.
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We haven’t gotten them printed off, that’s a tomorrow project, so they might look a little different in the end but here is a look at the image we’ve received for the front of the Verified Human Card.
Obviously Here’s the Story is a fan of Amy’s Kuttab’s work. But I’m particularly smitten with the way this one came out.
I think it’s going to be a special keep sake and help you remember the journey you took this year.
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Since we are running a Journey to the End of the Night, we thought it would make a good theme for a Tshirt.
Amy Kuttab, our good friend from Portland did the design. If you recall, she also did this really cool shirt for us.
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Amy hooked us up with a colored version of May’s Poster/T-shirt design. I thought it was so cool I wanted to share it right away.
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