I've had a few people ask what Supergraph's debut was like. Now that I've been back for a week and the experience has more or less settled into my brain I can confirm the experience as pretty darn awesome!
Admittedly being there, running on little sleep and going it alone was a bit of a challenge but I met some amazingly nice people (big shout out to Joining forces who even gave me some sleeves when I ran out) who not only provided support and smiles but minded the store when I needed to take a bathroom break.
Also want to give big props to the organizes - The show was very smoothly run, with plenty of help provided, and attention to detail was stellar - down to the tables that spelled out supergraph!
Crowd numbers were hard to tell as everything was very spread out (they went of the gallery look over market style) but I overheard that at one stage on Saturday there were over 300 art lovers cruising the halls which is very nice to hear!
Sales were also great - I never know if prints will sell well as in this market they are tough to move - mostly as people want "useful" items and can be scared but what to do with prints once you get them (hanging them isn't always an obvious choice for some). But they soled very well - to the point were I should have brought more materials (very refreshing)
All in all I'd say BIG congrats to the people being the show and I can't wait to do it again next year!!
If you have any further questions about the show please comment below or send me an email! I'd be happy to share more of my experience with you!