The Pancakes and Booze Art show was a lot of fun, and the pancakes were tasty. My favorite was where they cooked slices of fruit right into the batter. The art was amazing, as well. I even bought my brother a piece of art for an early Christmas gift!
When you go to this show, the same place that held the LA Zombie Fashion Show, you have a lot of vendors to shop with, hundreds of art pieces to admire on the walls, and a chance to dance to the music being played by a couple rock bands, and a very entertaining DJ. When you attend, expect to see a lot of very skilled artists, because it is very impressive to see everyone’s talent in one location.
At my booth, I was selling my book, merchandise, and doing a $1 raffle for a handmade wall art of a skull with dripping wax and candles. Over 30 people entered the contest, but it was the very lucky Felicia of Los Angeles who won the raffle! She was very excited to have won, and is thrilled to have the perfect Halloween piece to add to her home.
Like I said, I had a great time at the event. The only thing that I hope they alter next year is the music they play. Being indoors, trying to sell to people and talk to the customer, it was very hard to do so when there was a band or DJ playing music at full blast. The vendor next to me and I had to use ear plugs because it hurt so much to have that loud music blasting at us, even from the other side of the building. Plus, it didn’t help in our sales when our customers couldn’t hear what we were saying. It sucked even more when a customer would ask me a question about my book (mainly ‘what’s it about?’) and they cannot hear my response, even if I am right next to their ear. No Bueno. So, here’s hoping to that one change. Otherwise, the whole time it was a wonderful, fun time!