Papergirl Rides in Portland

October 19th, 2009
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Papergirl rode through Portland yesterday, delivering over 200 pieces of art to random people on the streets.
It was a really fun and amazing event.

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A big thanks to all the artists who donated, to all the paper girls and boys, to the documenters, and to Portland for being absolutely lovely yesterday.
More documentation is to come, so stay tuned!

Photos by the wonderful Melissa Delzio (design portfolio & blog at www.meldel.com)

2 Comments:

Hello Hoodturkey,

Today I just flew in to Portland from Salt Lake City originally from Boulder, Colorado. Myself and eight others guys just got into town to start work on the new Warren Miller Ski Movie “Dynasty” that’s showing @ the Elsinore, and Arlene Concert Hall. I was standing on the sidewalk about to check into the Lucia Hotel and noticed bikes and good time people passing bye. Then some good luck came my way and I received a 3 out of 8 print titled “woodcut”. How cool is it that you guys do this sort of thing. Portland Rocks.
Thank you very much for the wonderful surprise. I love art, bikes, and good people.

Also, if you know by chance of a place to borrow a bike for some around town cruzing. I don’t know if that kind of service is out there, but might as well ask. I would much rather ride then stride.

If you end up coming to one of the shows say hi to the bald guy running the projection. Would love to say thanks in person.

Keep up the good time vibes.

Tony

Hello Hoodturkey,

Today I just flew in to Portland from Salt Lake City originally from Boulder, Colorado. Myself and eight others guys just got into town to start work on the new Warren Miller Ski Movie “Dynasty” that’s showing @ the Elsinore, and Arlene Concert Hall. I was standing on the sidewalk about to check into the Lucia Hotel and noticed bikes and good time people passing bye. Then some good luck came my way and I received a 3 out of 8 print titled “woodcut”. How cool is it that you guys do this sort of thing. Portland Rocks.
Thank you very much for the wonderful surprise. I love art, bikes, and good people.

Also, if you know by chance of a place to borrow a bike for some around town cruzing. I don’t know if that kind of service is out there, but might as well ask. I would much rather ride then stride.

If you end up coming to one of the shows say hi to the bald guy running the projection. Would love to say thanks in person.

Keep up the good time vibes.

Tony

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