Channel 9's Angela Antkowiak just produced this amazing profile for the Nine Network, which aired last night. Our sincere thanks to her for the spotlight on both sides of Sleepy Kitty, and on the burgeoning riches of Cherokee Street. What a way to kick off the year!
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
This Friday Sleepy Kitty joins Jeremy Kannapell and Jason Potter for Oh! You Pretty Things, a poster design show at the St. Louis Artists' Guild. We've got some recent posters and some old favorites, and some out of town posters that finally get a chance to hang in St. Louis! Jason and Jeremy are fantastic and we've spent many moments outside Foam admiring their work. Come check it out!
January 20, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Two Oak Knoll Park
Clayton, MO 63105
Friday, March 18, 2011
Getting ready for SGC on Cherokee tonight. We'll have a new piece in Aisle 1 Gallery (Texas & Cherokee) and some new work in Los Caminos (2649 Cherokee Street.) Both opening tonight! Lots of exciting print stuff going on all weekend. This is a lantern we printed for Bob Hartzell's Lights Along Cherokee project. Keep your eyes out for a bunch of these up and down the street tonight.
Friday, February 11, 2011
We're going to be showing some new art prints in a show called Print/Pull on February 18, 2011 at SPACE in the Grove. The show features print work from Blaine Deutsch, Vadim Gershman, Delicious Design League (one of our favorites from Chicago), Kirsten O'Loughlin, Kevin McCoy, John Vogl, and Rhashad Whittier.
Opening reception Friday, February 18th 6:30-8:30pm
4618 Manchester Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Screenprinted show posters don’t just advertise a show; or rather, that’s just Phase 1 in the life of a show poster. True, before the show they’re a great way to get people excited about coming to see the bands. And during the show, they’re part of the merch, explicitly connecting the band and the venue and a great night. But after the show: that’s when they do the thing that only a real screenprinted show poster can do. A year later, or 5 or 10 years from now, looking at the poster will still bring back the whole night with sudden clarity. The band, the club, the music, the scene, the friends, the temperature of the air that night: St. Louis circa that very evening. Posters are as crucial in their way as the music itself is in creating longevity and legend, here in St. Louis and everywhere else the posters travels. View Poster Portfolio
Here's images from the Rock For Kids 7th Annual Music Mixer Auction. This was Sleepy Kitty's second year involved. We had a great time making our mix, and we're really happy with how it turned out. Our mix is titled Ancient Riddles of the Middle West. Check out photos of the piece here: Ancient Riddles Of The Middle West