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Andrea Kalfas is an illustrator living and working in Baltimore, MD. This is a blog for ideas, progress, and things to show off. Thanks for looking and check back often!

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Last night was another Pizza Party After Dark at The Ottobar in Baltimore where The NeverEnding Story was shown and my poster was sold (also shirts!). It was a blast. If you’re in the Baltimore area, get out here every last Sunday of every month for free movies, free pizza and rad screen-printed posters & shirts by Pizza Party Printing.
You can get said rad screen-printed goods and my NeverEnding Story shirt (poster coming soon) here!

Last night was another Pizza Party After Dark at The Ottobar in Baltimore where The NeverEnding Story was shown and my poster was sold (also shirts!). It was a blast. If you’re in the Baltimore area, get out here every last Sunday of every month for free movies, free pizza and rad screen-printed posters & shirts by Pizza Party Printing.

You can get said rad screen-printed goods and my NeverEnding Story shirt (poster coming soon) here!

Here’s a poster design for an upcoming showing of The Neverending Story here in Baltimore hosted by Pizza Party Printing. It’s gonna be so much fun and y’all wish you could be there! & by that I mean I wish you could be there ♥

The AURYN is going to grace the back of the t-shirt version of this! Check back soon for the link where you can pick up one of those for your own!

*UPDATE* - T-shirts are available here!

18” X 24” posters of my Queen Emeraldas piece will be for sale at SPX this year in addition to my other offerings. It’s rad to see it printed large! If you think so too and might want to put one on your wall, they’re just $20, AND only 25 of them will be available.

To find them at the expo, look for me surrounded by the collective radness of Kali Ciesemier (whose handy map I’ve borrowed from her tumblr), Sam Bosma, and Jimmy Giegerich. We’ll see you there!