Discussion in 'A knife, a fork, a bottle and a cork' started by Patrickg2k, Mar 7, 2015.
I'm planning on making the trip up for the reception. Who else is going!?
Here's the info:
I'll be there, despite the fact that I'm absolutely terrified. First time having pieces at a gallery, first time being around "toy people" in person, first time talking to SB'ers in real life... An introvert's worst nightmare.
I'd feel like an idiot if I didn't go though.
So yeah, if any of you see a short female clinging to a tall, lanky guy, that's just me and my moral support.
The first time I really talked to any "toy people" was at last year's NYCC, and everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming. I can get pretty anxious about social situations but having something to talk about makes things wayyy easier.
Toy people are the best to meet in person ! Anyway somebody take some pics of le show.. I will have a few pieces there ..wish I could make it out..but too far
I will be there, as well as have pieces in the show
Shipped a few off. Have fun those that can make it in person!!
Me and ecubensis will be there as well. Anyone know of any bars in the area to hit before/after?
Beacon is a really cool little town, lots of interesting shops and eats. If you just stick to Main St. you'll find plenty of places to stop in for a drink. Clutter is basically at one end, so just walk down (away from the Hudson River) and scope the scene.
"Max's on Main" is a popular spot, pretty close too.
I've also wanted to try "The Hop" for a while. Craft beers and small plates, looks great but it's a bit of a walk (about a mile).
Sweet thank you for the info, we will probably get up there a little early and check them both out.
Enjoy the show, guys!! Wish I could make the opening, but at least I'll swing by next week to see it.
Some photos of the show snapped from my phone:
http://hellointerloper.blogspot.com/201 ... llery.html
It was an exciting yet overwhelming experience to be there. Wish I had gotten more photos, but I got distracted by the big cases in the back and kind of forgot about photo-taking.
Really amazing pieces though! If any of you are in the NY area, it's definitely worth checking out.
^^Thanks for the pics! It nice to see all the pieces in context.
Thanks for posting the pics Maddie!
Thanks for the pics, looks like a pretty show!
All items are now up in Clutter's web shop.
Looks like they did something different this show, apparently they don't do lottos but they did this time. No preview list buyer advantage, instead it was opening attendees got first dibs, and stuff is available immediately after opening.
Means that you all get to see professional photos of the pieces though rather than just my quick snapshots!
And I'll tell you guys, Miss Slugsworth stole the show. Many that entered the lotto went home disappointed, because she went fast. HUGE fig, and that purple wig was wild!
Ironic D*nny FTW!
Thanks for the pics!!
show looks great!
this is soo cool
great job Mike!
That Death Kappa by Mr. Krotpong is amazing!
thanks Nick, everyone... wish i could have been there!
and thanks for the pics, Miss Interloper.
still lusting after Krotpong's Norman. the gradations in the head... oh, man.
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