Mark Monlux’s “Ask Mark” column is now on YouTube

For some years now the Ask Mark column has been a feature of the Graphic Artists Guild website, various Guild Chapters’ eNewsletters, and other blogs and publications. Now you can start seeing them on YouTube. Check out the ancient camera, bad lighting and poor editing skills of Mark Monlux as he provides advice that is truly useful for the creative professional.

Don’t forget about tomorrow’s Open Swim at the Amocat Café in Tacoma at 7:30 p.m..

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Friend of CLAW Invitation #1

Adam the Alien's Invite to be Friend of CLAW

Adam the Alien's Invite to be Friend of CLAW

Adam Manley aka: Adam the Alien has been a huge supporter and participant in the Frost Park Chalk-Offs. His mammoth army of Zombie voters is not merely legendary but award winning as well. It is through Adam’s creative genius and videographer skills that several moments of CLAW history has been shared with the world. It should therefore come as no surprise that he has been named Friend of CLAW. If you would like to see Adam, along with a select cadre of others, receive his fez, you can do so at The CLAW’s Great Yearly Ceremony. This truly secret and highly painful event will be held on Monday, January 3rd 2010, 7:00 p.m. at the Nights of Pythian Temple. Attendance will only be granted to those holding Golden Tickets. Golden Tickets can be purchased for $5 at the following locations:
Amocat Café
Comic Book Ink
King’s Books

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CLAW Does Poetry? YES! CLAW Does!

On April 28th, 2010, CLAW member #1, Electric Elliot, was joined by #3 Mark Monlux at Mouths & Mics: Poetry in the 253. The event took place in the Washington State History Museum and featured 7 fantastic poets from across the 253.

CLAW has obtained footage from the event, shot by Adam the Alien, which featured Electric Elliot and Mark Monlux’s collaboration in which Mark’s art compliments Elliot’s poem “Up, Up and Away”.  Check out footage from the entire event over @ The Melon, and see more Electric Elliot poetry @ ElliotTrotterCOM.

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