As another Deep Ellum Arts Festival comes to a close, we are proud to have been able to support them with the production of banners, kiosks, standees (pictured), and posters. We recognize the importance of this festival to the neighborhood and appreciate the opportunity to be a part of it! They even said some nice things about us:
“They are real pros in the printing business and we can’t thank them enough. They also reproduced local artist’s murals on banners displayed in the DE Village and promotional banners that were displayed on Dart trains and buses for 30 days in advance of the Festival.”
Here is a little bit about the festival from their own website:
“The Deep Ellum Arts Festival first debuted in 1994 as a one block street party and has since become one of the largest visual and performing Arts Festivals in the region achieving international recognition for presenting the finest in original performing and visual artists. The festival now consists of over 100 original bands and singer songwriters performing on 5 stages, 200-juried visual artists displaying and selling their one of a kind works, spontaneous street performances, over 30 restaurants serving scrumptious trendy and classic foods & beverages, and great people watching covering six city blocks and adjacent spaces in the heart of the Deep Ellum Entertainment district. The festival has always been free to attend due to sponsorship underwriting and in-kind support, various grants, exhibitor booth fees and keeping a percentage of all food and beverage sales generated at the festival.”
If you haven’t been, make sure to stop by next year’s Deep Ellum Arts Festival, which will take place from April 6th to the 8th.