So last week we brought our majors down the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, where they were invited to participate in Craft Boston for the second consecutive year. It was a mad rush getting the booth down there and setting up last minute, but they rocked it and got plenty of great feedback.
Here is photographic proof in case you don’t believe me:
I backed the uhaul into the loading dock in the early morning hours of Wednesday with millimeters to spare on either side.
see, there's still light coming through...
Unloaded at the scene and preparing to set up.
Setting up the walls, one stripped screw at a time.
Now the light panels and the ever important thumbs-up break.
Some touch up and hang the last light section.
Now hang the work:
Done! The setup crew after a long day.
And here is the booth:
The event: there were many caped strangers.
And lots of uncaped strangers:
As always, I like to catch Matt on his phone.
And finally, this happened:
In case anyone was thinking about stealing this section of concrete wall, plan thwarted.