Monday, September 22, 2008
AMERICAN VICE PRESIDENTIAL WRESTLING
Check out Kevin Bradley's newest creation, 'Vice-Presidential Wrestling'. Featured are Kevin Bradley along with Ms. Gabby Horne in the middle of pulling a print. This poster is the partner of the recently completed 'Presidential Wrestling'. Both prints are now available for purchase on Etsy.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
FEATURED SELLERS ON ETSY.COM
This last week, Yee-Haw's own Julie Belcher was the featured seller on Etsy.com. This acclaimed website specializes in allowing makers of hand-made goods to present their works on the world wide web. An exclusive interview with Julie is available here. Please take a gander at the constantly growing number of items we have available on Etsy.com.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
NEW OBAMA PRINTS
In support of the Obama campaign, we've teamed up with the folks down the road to create several different presidential election posters promoting Barack Obama. These prints include a smaller "Barock the Vote" poster up through the large "Elect Obama/Biden '08", printed on the large Takach upstairs. All of these prints are available from the Democratic Party of Knoxville's headquarters downtown on Clinch Avenue and through Yee-Haw.
Also, take a peek at Kevin Bradley's giant 'Presidential Wrestling' poster, with a vice-presidential partner soon to follow. 'Presidential Wrestling' is currently featured in an exhibition at the Pratt Institute's Manhattan Gallery.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
We'd like to say good bye and good luck to 4 of our Yee-Haw family members (pictured above top to bottom): Bryan Baker, who has relocated to Brooklyn, New York in the pursuit of his artistic endeavors. Lisa Higginbotham, who has left her work as shop wholesale manager to concentrate on her Masters Degree in Social Work at the University of Tennessee. Danny Greene, who has just begun coursework and an assistantship towards a Master of Fine Arts Degree at the Art Institute of Chicago. Lee Marchalonis, who is continuing her fine printmaking work while obtaining a Masters Degree in Library Science at Iowa University. All have served as an integral part and great help to us here and will be greatly missed.