I spent my Saturday at Unwinnable Geek Flea III in Kearny, NJ with Rob Longo, creator of Vixens of Virtue Vixens of Vice. Together we schlocked dvds of Season One and Season Two, as well as *new* totally awesome Vixens Lip Balm, by BalmBon.
Little does Rob know that if he had played his cards right, he could have paid me in lip balm for Season Three.
I also had little crocheted turtle shells, mushrooms, invincibility stars, golden snitches, C'thulhu hats, and a skull up for sale... all of which will be available in the shop by the end of the week.
Here's some more handmade stuff by some awesome local artists. I did my best to gather as many business cards to credit as accuratly as possible but there are some pics I'm unable to match up to names. If you see something you recognize, please let me know and I'll add their name/link!
Light switch covers, magnats, by Tchotchke and Hutch.
Vintage mini nesting suitcases and pendents made from vintage comics, by Red Delicious Things, Facebook: Red Delicious Things
Rockin' T-shirt designs by rLo ArtWork, Facebook: rLoArtWork. Angel bear needs wuv!
Tetris bracelet! Pearler Bead artwork by Drew Barba.
Adventure Time pendents by Sugee! She also had these amazing cosplay hats, Facebook: Sugee!
The redicoulously intricate stylings of artist Matt Crabe.
Lightboxes from you favorite films, by Melchee's Shadowbox Shop.
C'thulhus, your fav movie charactors, anthropmorophized animals and more, by the adorable Gia Grillo.
(I do believe these awesome revamped comic book bracelets are also by Melchee.)
Great music, tasty baked goods, fun for kids of all ages.
Also, this happened:
I don't actually know if he connected with the event in any way. I'd like to think he just showed up of his own accord dressed as Spongebob.
See you at the next one in September!
I heard from Stu Horvath, Unwinnable's headmaster/organizer extraordinaire. He had this to say about Spongebob;
"For the record, Sponge Bob was not affiliated with the event. He is just a local, crazy drunk. At Geek Flea 2, he showed up in a sweatsuit Captain America costume, complete with trashcan lid shield. Amazing."