I am peeking at Newsblur while waiting for a report to return and got sucked into Lisa Jordan of lil fish studio;s participation in Art-o-mat, a company out there that is getting small pieces of artwork into people’s hands by reusing old cigarette vending machines. Artists get $2.50 back for each piece that sells. What do you think? Lisa has her felted stones all over the country; there are two vending machines in Minnesota, and they also seem to be all over the country. I think this is a clever idea, sharing art this way.
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I am a WordPress and social media consultant to fiber businesses - the fiber that grows on the backs of sheep and alpaca. I have also worked with small business and local agriculture ventures, and is a co-leader in the WordPress Meetup in Rochester, MN as well as a team member of Shout! Rochester. View all posts by JonyaPac