Okay it took awhile, here is my report from BFT Wolfbat Railroad. Nawlins just in good shape, it was the first time I had visited since Katrina. I saw my friend Brian, and met his awesome family. Thanks for everything you guys did, you are great hosts. I spent all my time at BFT, okay I went to the vendor fair at SGC to buy supplies, and I did see some of the shows around town. There was Jesse Shaw’s show at Du Mois Gallery which was great, that guy knows how to cut.
Here is the Wolfbat Castle that was the back drop for the whole week. There were a group of local high school students that made masks, cut blocks printed, and helped with the boxcars.
Here is Sean Star Wars with his Boxcar/Hot Dog Stand. He had the hardest fastest crew there, they were done by lunch on Wednesday! Then Sean got them to work cutting blocks and printing the rest of the week. Sean is a great guy and has a great family.
Here is the side of John Hancock’s boxcar, super scary clown snake thing print. He was really helpful and supportive to everyone there.
Bill Fick the master worked on this car.
Cannonball Press’s boxcar crushed it. I helped Martin Mazorra and Mike Houston, and had a great time, those two are machines.
Plunder from my week in Nawlins . . .
Close-up of the tiger helm I made . . .
This was the Tribute I left there . . .
There were so many great folks I met and hung out with, and incredible, beautiful, amazing work . . . It was well worth, Printmakers rock, Peace