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SAIC Auditorium
November, 6 2008
Artist Talk with Ray Noland
Talk at 6PM.
280 South Columbus Drive
Chicago

CRO gets INFECTIOUS
July, 22 2008
Gonna be one of the judges for the Obama Car Art Contest by INFECTIOUS. Get yourself tight and submit a design!

Coast-to-Coast
June, 22 2008
Coast-to-Coast poster is back! Now hand screen-printed by CRO in red and a limited number in blue.

Washington D.C.
March, 06 2008
The National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution has also requested a set of prints. Will be taking a short trip to D.C. to hand deliver the goods.

History is Now
Feb, 28 2008
The Print and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. has requested a set of posters for the national collection. GoTellMama! is officially part of history. Woot!

Huge Success!
Feb, 09 2008
Wow! opening night of the GTM show was absolutely phenomenal! Thanks to everyone that made it out and has helped this to continue. Looks like we will be taking the show on the road in 2008. We are gonna push this all the way to the convention in August.

Wake-up Call
Jan, 09 2008
The loss in New Hampshire was a good ego check for Obama and his supporters. This thing is NOT over. We have much work to do.

Obama Wins Iowa!
Jan, 03 2008
How big is this?! 38% IN IOWA! From a Dream to a Goal.

Thank You
Dec, 22 2007
Thanks to everyone that braved the cold and came out to the GoTellMama! Party. We raised $1000 which was donated to the Barack Obama campaign. Get ready for the GoTellMama! Art Show coming February 8-10.

Downloadable
Nov, 28 2007
GoTellMama!, Good, Bad, U.S. and Speaking to U.S. videos now downloadable.

Vocalo.org

Nov, 27 2007
Invited onto www.vocalo.org to talk about GoTellMama! and getting Barack Obama elected.

GoTellMama! T-shirts
Oct, 7 2007
Thanks to Mike and everyone at Propaganda we now have three t-shirt designs available. Show support in real style!

GoTellMama! Posters
Sept, 20 2007
The Go Tell Mama! screen-printed posters have just arrived. Thanks to the handy work from my friend over at Crosshair. You requested it - so we finally produced a limited edition of these handsome 4-color hand-screened posters.

It's Official...
Sept, 20 2007
CRO was commissioned by the Obama campaign to design an official poster for its up-coming NYC rally. The rally looks to be building as one of the largest Obama rallys to date. Be on the look-out for promotion and posters around the city.

They Once Said
July, 31 2007
Our fifth video in the series. We created this for MSNBC's Hardball Campaign Ad Challenge contest that doesn't really seem to be a 'real' contest. I guess if it's not made with powerpoint, an attack ad or straight-up T&A, it's not worth showing.

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Gluepaste Recipe
The supplies

  • A pan or pot (something to boil water) Will not damage
  • A measuring cup
  • A small bowl or cup (to mix the coldwater/starch solution)
  • A whisk
  • Corn starch

Measuring the water

Measure up about 1 3/4 cups of water in your pan. Bring to boil while you prepare the next step.

Measuring and mixing your starch

Take about one and a half  (maybe two) tablespoons of starch and mix with about 1/4 to 1/2 cups of cold water. Be sure to stir out any lumps until it is smooth. Don't be tempted to add much more starch than this because you will end up with something akin to Jello.

Whisking that Gooey Goodness

Turn your hopefully boiling water off. Now pour the starch and cold water in a thin stream in the boiling hot water while whisking the crap out of it so it doesn't get a chance to get lumpy. (If it does it might be easier to start over.)

Storing it

Pour the glue into a suitable container. (Make sure the container won't melt) Put it in the fridge and let cool then go out and glue stuff! If it turned to Jello than you can pour some hot water in with it and try to whisk until it is smooth it will still work if lumpy. It sucks for bubbles though.



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