¡Viva Hollywood! We just wrapped another live screen printing event, again with the beautiful people of the Topanga Film Institute. This was for the premiere of Duncan Bridgeman’s documentary Hecho en México at the John Anson Ford Theatre in Hollywood.
Thanks for having us at your screening, guys!
Here’s a short instagram video from the Ford Theatres peeps: Hecho en México screen printing
In fact, you should follow us on instagram, because we are all over it, (almost) all the time. Join our little party!
We were Sparky-on-the-spot, printing t-shirts and tote bags for guests before the screening. I think what they liked more than just getting a souvenir shirt was chatting with Jenni and me and watching us print the stuff right in front of them. It’s just one of those things that draws people in, like airbrushing or street performers. It’s fun showing people what we do and handing them a freshly printed t-shirt, hot (literally) off the press. Some people are more shy and watch from a distance, but eventually they move in for a closer look.
Plus, the people from Ford Theatres really know how to use social media and make it an interactive experience, which is nice to see. They were awesome.
The only downside is that we didn’t actually get to see the film because we were cleaning up our gear. But it will be in theaters November 30, and we will catch it then. ¡Hasta luego!