Chupacabra Part Two

As promised, here is a link to the art for the Chupacabra chili t-shirts we are having made through CafePress. The plan is to wear shirts to the Fiery Foods Festival and also give out postcards with the art on them to every person who tastes the chili. Each card will have a different number on it, along with the web address for Tigers and Strawberries along with an email address for me. I’ll post a random number chosen from the cards on the blog, and whoever has that postcard emails me or leaves a comment on the blog. They win a t-shirt of the size of their choice which we will order from Cafe Press and have sent to them.

Fun, huh?

Zak said I should get a Chupacabra Chili thong, however, I disagreed. I am not into the thong thing.

At any rate, I want to take this opportunity to thank Zak, the creator of not only the fantastic Chupacabra Chili art, but also the lovely tiger and strawberry images which grace my blog. He also did the pretty customizations of the background and the text and all of that. Without him, my blog would be boring indeed.

If you are interested in his art, or his music or comics or writings and whatnot, check out his website. And if you need any custom art, well, I bet he can handle it for you, though probably not until after we have moved and are settled in our new home, sometime in late March or early April.


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  1. Very cool – and an excellent idea.
    Good luck at the Fiery Foods Festival!

    Comment by Christina — February 8, 2005 #

  2. Do you have the cafe Press link yet? I’ll support a chili venture!

    Comment by Noddy — February 8, 2005 #

  3. Thanks, Christina–I hope to do everyone proud there.

    Noddy, thank you! Zak is sending me a link right this instant–I shall put it up shortly.

    Now, if only we could get Zak to do some t-shirts related to the stuff over on his site, like Nine Lives, Many Masters or some of his random cool art, that would be awesome! There are some panels from Journey to the West that would make great tees.

    Comment by Barbara Fisher — February 8, 2005 #

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    Comment by crazyquilt — February 9, 2005 #

  5. Here’s the link to the CafePress store, which I’ve woefully neglected.

    (Sorry for the deleted comment; I pasted in the wrong link.)

    Comment by crazyquilt — February 9, 2005 #

  6. Actually, I have a link to the CafePress site over on my links area entitled Chupacabra Chili Stuff.

    But I don’t mind you posting it again here.

    Comment by Barbara Fisher — February 9, 2005 #

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