If you missed the debut of PEDAL CRAFT PHX, there's no need for despair; the celebration of local bicycle and design culture will be back at Kitchen Sink Studios this Friday, May 4.
And while you (not-so-patiently) await First Friday, you can check out the collection of posters designed by Jon Garza, Kris Olman, Jon Ashcroft, Lindsay Kinkade, and Sarah Thomas (to name a few) online at the PEDAL CRAFT PHX page and snag a few while they're still in stock.
Each design is printed with acid-free ink on archival paper, is an edition of 20, is signed by the designer, and is up for grabs for $20. A percentage of the poster sales will go toward funding a temporary park at the vacant Ro2 Lot at 1005 North Second Street.
Also on view this Friday will be "TRAIL MIX", a photography exhibition by Michelle Browne in Kitchen Sink Studios along with live music by local singer-songwriter Elizabeth McGovern and the band Dynamite the Liberator.
Kitchen Sink Studios will be open and free to the public from 6 to 10 p.m.. For more info, visit the PEDAL CRAFT PHX Facebook event page.
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