Cyclocross // Cross In A Maze

I can’t believe the event Gregg has been planning for a year now is TOMORROW!  Gregg’s been at the venue every morning and night this week prepping for the big race. If you’re local you don’t want to miss this one! It’s a cyclocross race at Long Acre Farms, and it’s going to be so fun! There’s tons of great things to see at the Farm so be sure to stop by even if you’re not riding your bike! CrossPoster-600Thanks so much to everyone who is sponsoring! See you tomorrow!

 

Spokes and Ink // Karrie Gurnow

When Kate shared Karrie’s work with me, I was floored by how vast her talent travels. Not only is she a kick ass designer, wait until you see her ceramics!

Karrie Gurnow Spokes and Ink

Karrie Gurnow is an award-winning freelance art director and graphic designer with over ten years of industry experience. When she’s not pushing pixels she can be found at the Genesee Pottery getting her hands dirty at the pottery wheel. View her artwork and functional ceramics here. Her “Dandy Horse” poster will be on display at Spokes & Ink on June 7.

Spokes & Ink is a festival that celebrates community, cycling, and creativity.  Now in its fourth year, this event draws hundreds of bike lovers– from everyday commuters to occasional cruisers– to hear live music, drink local craft beer, snag some poster art, and more.  Details are on the website.
Kate Edgerton works at Genesee Center for the Arts & Education as a communications specialist and is one of the organizers of Spokes & Ink.

Spokes and Ink // Joe Guy Allard

Kate’s here again today with another incredible artist, Joe Guy Allard. I most definitely have one of Joe’s ghostbuster prints hanging up in our hallway.

Joe Guy Spokes and Ink

Joe Guy Allard’s signature green characters–often robots and aliens– can be seen around town as part of Dude’s Night Out art collective and at coffee shops, bars, and comic book shops across our region. You can buy this poster at Spokes & Ink on June 7. See more of Joe’s work on his website. Details about the event are on the Spokes and Ink website. 

Spokes & Ink is a festival that celebrates community, cycling, and creativity.  Now in its fourth year, this event draws hundreds of bike lovers– from everyday commuters to occasional cruisers– to hear live music, drink local craft beer, snag some poster art, and more.  Details are on the website.
Kate Edgerton works at Genesee Center for the Arts & Education as a communications specialist and is one of the organizers of Spokes & Ink.