Here are some photos from HHH, the one-night exhibition-slash-Metrodome commemoration party I co-created this past weekend at Art Of This. As you can see, Pete, Brennan and Sam rigged up the incredible recreation of the Metrodome’s roiling Teflon ceiling, and somewhere in the background, there’s an inert blue Baggie spilling onto the floor. Sam built a hot dog stand, and Michael played organ all night.
I set up the merchandise table you see in the first photo above, where I sold commemorative programs and T-shirts of my own devising. In fact, I still have about seven of the programs left over. They’re 5.5 x 8.5”, with ten pages of notes and drawings, all hand-lettered and illustrated by me. If you’d like one, send an email to email@example.com with your address, and if you are one of the first seven to write, I’ll get it out to you this week.
(Incidentally: a “twin dog” is made with a large hot dog bun sliced twice on top, and with a hot dog resting in each slice, so that there’s a layer of bread between the two dogs. It’s Sam’s invention, and it’s incredible.)