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Mystic Blue Signs presents Sign Painters: a Documentary Film

Written by
Samantha Barnes
Published
October 14, 2013

Our partners and community sign painters’ Yvette Rutledge and Vince Mitchell of Mystic Blue Signs have pulled together an amazing show, Directors’ Q&A, and film screening of Sign Painters: A Documentary Film. Read below for more information!

Hello, Artists, Calligraphers, Designers, Sign Painters, and Enthusiasts,

We still have free tickets available for the New Orleans premiere of the documentary film Sign Painters, which will screen at Tulane on Saturday, October 19, at 3:00 pm and again at 6:00 pm. 

Note that both film showings will be followed by a directors Q & A  with Faythe Levine and Sam Macon. If you have reserved your tickets but haven’t picked them up yet, please contact us by Friday at noon. We will have irregular shop hours during the day Friday, but you can pick up your tickets at Mystic Blue Signs at the reception and book signing on Friday night.

The directors will be at the reception on Friday evening  from 7:00 to 9:00 at Mystic Blue Signs to sign their companion book, Sign Painters,  if you missed the opening of our sign art show, you might like to come by to take a look, meet Faythe and Sam, and pick up a copy of the book.

*Note: Additional tickets are still available through Adam Mysock at Tulane: amysock@tulane.edu.

Select Number of Tickets for AIGA Members

As an additional member benefit, Mystic Blue Signs has put aside a select number of tickets for AIGA members. You can call and reserve your tickets today if any remain and don’t forget to pick them from Mystic Blue Signs by Friday at 12pm.

Mystic Blue Signs is a proud supporter of AIGA New Orleans, offering AIGA members a 10% discount on all classes offer through their workshop. In addition, they host Font Club, a monthly meetup of typophiles that promotes and instructs custom lettering and typeface creation. For more information about Mystic Blue Signs, visit their website.

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