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Draplin Design Co., North America
February 13, 2006
Posted at 03:18 PM


Up now, for yer viewing pleasure, thematically coinciding with that feisty Valentine’s Day, is the “We Love Gocco” gallery show up at the Wurst Gallery.

I’m proud to announce that I got invited and entered a piece in the deal too.
My first art show.

Jason Sturgill curated the deal up, and you can shop the goods online at and,
if you are in the mood for a warm drink, you can scope the entire show at Crowsenberg’s Half and Half downtown. (Right next to the amazing Reading Frenzy.)

Check it out, man, and, save some love in yer heart for the magic that is Gocco.

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We like pencils. We like big pencils. Here’s a big pencil.

(…via the sharpened Pencil Revolution)

There Are 6 Comments

Nice work. Just picked your print up on a whim… now I gotta go find me some Gocco schtuff.

Posted by: Seth on 02/14/06 at 11:10 PM

Nice work. Got myself one just yesterday and what a bargain, only $5 bucks. Mark that shit up Draplin! You’re worth it.

Posted by: Jerms on 02/15/06 at 8:03 AM

Congrats buddy. Looks good.

Posted by: chad hilton on 02/15/06 at 8:20 AM

Congrats on the show, I ordered myself up one of those “Limited Editions” right away, it’ll go into a safe deposit box in Switzerland along with some of Ryno’s original drawings. Great work as always, and thanks for posting the excellent pics from your European Vacation.

Posted by: PJ Chmiel on 02/15/06 at 5:04 PM

Loved the concept for your Gocco piece. Some other great pieces in the Wurst Gallery exhibit as well. I miss my Gocco kit….

Posted by: jamie on 02/21/06 at 7:18 PM

Howdy! Ordered your print from Wurst. Nice work! Just wanted to drop a line saying thanks for the fine piece and best wishes on all endeavors.

ALSO! The Wurst pieces inspired me to finally get some framing both learned and done. Yours being double-sided got some special treatment. I first framed it up all purty and hung it up, but after a day or two couldn’t bear to have that fancy backside hiding forever in the frame. So I cut another hole, added some glass, and now have a hidden perk for anyone that might chance upon it!


Thanks again!

Posted by: JT on 02/21/06 at 9:29 PM
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