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Mondo Gallery’s Family Day for Disney’s Nothing’s Impossible!


Two of my favorite Walt Disney quotes are:

Our greatest national resource is the minds of our children.

And

You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway.

Many poster nerds heard the broken record playing in our minds and hearts yesterday, while we made our way through the gallery.

“I want that one. Ooh! And that one! And..”

By the time I was finished picking and purchasing, I envied others for their posters.

“But I wanted that one…” said the child in my mind. “It’s not fair! Why can’t I have all of them?”

Kids.

Lucky for our own pip-squeaks, Mondo, Disney, and Austin’s own Toy Joy, hosted a family day, where children were welcome, helping us big kids appreciate the work of other big kids, with nicer art supplies.

If you missed our opening night coverage of the event (including pictures of all the artwork) click HERE!

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I’ve been nerding out with these guys since 2013, when I’d decided women needed a bigger voice in the poster and arts industry. There are plenty of women artists, but the audience is primarily men. Women are often stuck with box store art pieces or pinterest-fails (because let’s be honest, following directions and common sense is hard to come by at your local craft store). I prefer to view the world around me before I go abroad. I love to enjoy a little bit of everything, but my world is built around my family. I knit, cook, craft, appreciate basic mechanics, read, drink, cuss, and love eating barbeque. I’m hard-headed, passionate, and I tell the truth ‘n’ shame the devil. Being raised with Hawaiian generosity in the Land of the Midnight Sun has taught me that family is what you make it, and that no one leaves my home empty. We’re all a bunch of misfits in a wild world, and kindness is free.