Last week, over an endless supply of sweet corn and Dairy Queen, Mike Weihs had a few of us over to help relive his Midwest childhood. And since you weren’t invited, check out this video of Mike as he brings face to this year’s ROFLCon Summit.
Great brands have fun. Poler seems to have a lot of it.
For the next two months, The Allure of the Automobile exhibition with be on display at the Portland Art Museum. With vehicles on display from both the Art Moderne and Post-war eras, the show is an exploration of automotive design and engineering of the 20th century. Much like my trip to the Wally Lewis auction a few months ago, the show definitely added a handful of grails within my mental bucket-list of cars to buy.
For me, it was the 1958 Toyota “Toyopet” Crown and the 1961 Ferrari 250GT that stole the show. Both from the Post-war era of the show. Vehicles from the Art Moderne selections dominated the second half of the show and although nice, these weren’t really my style. Much thanks to my friend Brian who was able to spare an extra ticket.
Show ends September 11th. Visit portlandartmuseum.org for more info.
WK Studio’s “We Make” show. Featuring the work of Curtis Pachunka, Tatum Shaw, Karen Koch, Brad Simon, Sam Tudyk, Dani Guralnick and Chris Larson.
“Flora & Fascia” by Jeff Proctor at the Breeze Block Gallery. Portland, OR.
It was a fun dance, Igloo. Thank you for changing my life.
Igloo store location closing party and meltdown sale
Friday August 12th, 6-10pm
Sale continues Sat 8.13 and Sun 8.14 from 12-5pm
Please join us to celebrate the close of the Beech Street location
and to update your contact info for future news. Our thanks to you,
the honorable customary participants for the past 9 years.
Music by DJs Eddie Turbo, Skullcrusher & Special Guest
30-50% off entire inventory (with minor exclusions)
and complimentary gift with minimum purchase
(while supplies last)