I just submitted my PsPrint order to print the Cinequest postcards for Wade Krause: Pinball Artist. PsPrint is in Oakland, and I love driving through the empty streets in the grey early morning to pick up my order from the shop directly. Huge machines. The smell of ink and paper. Palettes and stacks and boxes of still unwrapped events that are about to happen. Flyers and cards and posters soon to be stapled on telephone poles, crammed in coffee shop racks, sent to the far corners of the world by bulk rate…. I know, I know. It’s crazy, but I still have a romance with physical paper.
You can have some of that romance too. If you would like a free postcard, just like our FB page and leave a message with your address and I’ll mail one to you. Ooooooo…..colorful art delivered right to your doorstep!
We’ve been working with the folks at Cinequest, and it looks like we will be able to bring the clear game to one of the festival events. I’ll post times and locations as we get closer. Cinequest has a full slate of parties, panels and seminars in addition to the world class films.
Remember, Wade Krause: Pinball Artist is screening as part of the Docunation program. Here are the times:
Thursday, Feb. 28 1:45 pm
Friday, March 8 6:45 pm (most cast/crew are coming to this screening)
Saturday, March 9 1:30 pm
Director Anna Newman will be at all showings.
In the meantime, check out a cool new project Wade is doing with artists Coop, Jeremy Fish, Frank Kozik, Alex Pardee and Sam Flores. It’s a cool kickstarter campaign to make more art games – an entire arcade: Bring Back the Arcade Campaign.