Party Hearty!

Posted on October 31, 2011 | 0 comments

With Movember right around the corner, we figured it made sense to showcase some of the terrific and delicious photos we've received leading up to the festivities. Utilizing our very own cookie cutters, in flawless fashion I might add, these guys are nothing short of classy-tastic. Start spreading the stache and more importantly global awareness for men's health issues!

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We're Still Here!

Posted on October 27, 2011 | 0 comments

After a very long absence from our blog, I think it's time for us to get back into the swing of things. I can't believe that it's already been a year since our last post, but boy have things changed since then. From here on out we'll be doing our very best to keep everyone up to date on all of our happenings as well as what the future of mustaches will be for us.

We'll be back soon, but for now we'll leave you with our arsenal of mustaches, mmmm.

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'Show' Me the Fuzzy (10/30 & 10/31)

Posted on October 30, 2010 | 0 comments

This weekend (10/30 and 10/31) we'll be constructing leaf forts in two familiar and prime locations. The first is the delectable Eastern Market in Washington, DC; taking place Saturday and Sunday between 9am and 5pm, you'll be hard fought to find a better plethora of interesting and obscure objects.

We'll also be launching soft clothing bombs at the Sowa Open Market in Boston, MA. Running Sunday from 10am to 4pm, this is the ABSOLUTE LAST show of the season (until next May) and thus being Halloween will be set up as the Market of the Living Dead. Grab your spooky costumes (for cash-money prizes), dancing shoes and carving knives and zombie-walk on over to one of the most eventful markets of the year!

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'Show' Me The Fuzzy (10/16 & 10/17)

Posted on October 15, 2010 | 0 comments

This weekend (10/16 and 10/17) we'll be scooting our behinds to three stellar places in the east. To start things off, we'll be canoodling with folks of all kinds during the season-ending Providence Open Market on Saturday from 10am to 4pm in (you guessed it) Providence, RI. Do yourself (and us) a favor and mosey on over to Lippitt Park to support the handmade generation!

Additionally, we'll be chucking shirts at people at the Sowa Open Market in Boston, MA. Running Sunday from 10am to 4pm, this event is also getting close to the wire so come peruse solo (or grab a friend / stranger / strange friend) and support the artsy peeps.

Finally, we'll be setting up our mustache hideout at the always great Eastern Market in Washington, DC; taking place Saturday and Sunday between 9am and 5pm, you're sure to get a jump-start on the holiday season inching closer and closer.

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'Show' Me The Fuzzy (9/25 & 9/26)

Posted on September 23, 2010 | 0 comments

Just to keep everyone in the continuous loop, here's where we'll be square-dancing around this lovely weekend (9/25 and 9/26). A few shady individuals will be holding down the fort in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, DC for the Eastern Market (taking place Saturday and Sunday from around 9am - 5pm each day); spaces change daily for each vendor so have a blast with a crafty game of hide and seek.

Additionally, we'll be laying down some old refrigerator boxes and break dancing / slingin' shirts at a very special SoWa Open Market (South End Open Studios) in Boston, MA. Running Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 5pm, this event will showcase a fantastic mix of artistic mediums likely sparking nirvana-esque sensations and related. Don't miss out kids!

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Secrets Revealed

Posted on September 15, 2010 | 0 comments

What's thick, bushy and worn by tons and tons of wonderful people worldwide during November? - a Movember mustache of course - and we here at the Fuzzy Ink lair are delighted to announce that we've teamed up with this great organization to help raise awareness and funds for men's health issues (specifically the bully cancer).


Brief History Lesson:

~2003 - Started by a few guys in Melbourne, Australia to jokingly bring back the Mo (mustache)

~2004 - Inspired by the women's breast cancer awareness movement, a campaign evolved focused on raising awareness and funds for prostate cancer; 432 Mo Bros participated in the inaugural event, raising over $55,000 for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia

~2006 -Adding Beyondblue as a beneficiary, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas hit the growing scene hard and raised over $6 million worldwide

~2009 - Global participation climbed to nearly 256,000 with Mo crazies raising over $42 million


How It Works:

~Step 1 - Mosey on over to the Movember website and register (either individually or as a team)

~Step 2 - Start the month of November with a hairless facial canvas and start growing like a champ

~Step 3 - Recruit a million or more Mo Bros (fellow participants) and Mo Sistas (lovely ladies unable to grow the stache) to donate and join in on the fun

~Step 4 - Raise prostate cancer awareness (men's health issues overall), as well as enormous funds for worldwide research initiatives (LIVESTRONG and Prostate Cancer Foundation in the US)

~Step 5 - Celebrate your amazing charitable efforts at one of the Post-November bashes throughout the US and rub shoulders with the most epic stache-growers in all of the land


How We're Involved:

~$5 from each purchase of any of our 4 Movember-exclusive shirts will be donated to Movember

~We'll be stocking the Gala Partes with Fuzzies and gift certificates for Miss Movember and Man of Movember winners

~From here on out, we'll be distributing Movember flair (stickers, wristbands, informational packets, etc.) throughout the US during our continuous craft show travels

****Let's all do our part and help in the fight against one of the nastiest competitors out there - cancer; Mustache Heroes Unite!!!****

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'Show' Me The Fuzzy (9/8 - 9/12)

Posted on September 08, 2010 | 0 comments

We figured that now was as good of a time as any to start revealing our weekly show schedule and boy do we have a doozie coming up. Starting tomorrow, we'll be slinging our hairy wearables at Arts On Foot in downtown DC's Penn Quarter centered around 7th St. and F St. NW. The show, running from Wednesday (9/8) to Saturday (9/11) (11am - 7pm W-F / 'til 6pm Sat.), will showcase a plethora of multimedia happenings and is sure to be a grand ole time.

The second show we'll be partaking in is Renegade Chicago; holding Division St. hostage (between Damen and Paulina) in the Wicker Park section, this event is always a fantastic draw for killer food, music and vendors galore. The flagship location for everything Renegade, organizers and volunteers alike never miss a beat so we expect nothing short of monumental success in the form of spectator pleasantness and pizza thickness!

Last but certainly not least, we'll be setting up shop at the Adams Morgan Day Festival located along 18th St. in downtown DC. Kicking off for the 32nd time, this show promises to be a celebration of creativity ignited by the synergy of diverse cultures. So with this being said, lace up your shoes, throw your camera in your bag and come dance around like an idiot with the rest of us on what should be a wonderfully sunny Sunday afternoon and evening.

Just a sidebar as you're probably wondering how we can possibly be in so many places at the same time; the answer my friends is easy...magic...good day.

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Oh Newport, Rhode Island!

Posted on July 14, 2010 | 0 comments

The last few weeks have been rather hectic as we've entered the 'heavy' portion of the craft season. With destinations in Boston, DC, Baltimore, LA and San Francisco, just to name a few, we're hitting the road (and we're hitting it hard my friend). Anywho, a couple of weeks ago we participated in Indie Art By The Sea at Fort Adams State Park in Newport, Rhode Island. What can we say about that experience? Well, only good things. The weather was fantastic, the scenery superb and the people in attendance were nothing short of terrific. We leave you with some pictures from the day including a jolly old castle!

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