Let's Really Get Into It

How We Made a Little Money
Making Art We Care a Lot About

As presented at the 2022 South Dakota Arts Conference
by Brian Bieber (Director) & Brienne Maner (Exec. Producer)

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Let's Really Get Into Logistics

a partial list of artists, vendors, and services we like

Artists We Worked With
Hanna Peterson: Hanna designed the DVD cover and poster, and art directed the DVD release campaign. She is terrifically talented and a very nice person.
Nate Jedlicka: Nate is an animator and motion graphics artist. He illustrated and animated a 3 minute sequence in the movie.Marc Wagner: Marc is an illustrator, printmaker, and comic book artist. He designed the State Theatre screening poster.Rae Benson: Rae is visual artist and art director. They consulted on art direction, and filmed b-roll for a montage in the movie.

Merch Resources We Used
Big Cartel: Online store builder. Pretty reasonably priced, and fairly customizable templates. Targeted toward independent artists.
Atomic Disc: DVD, Blu-ray, Vinyl, CDs, Posters, and other things.Vimeo: Video hosting site with On Demand options.Sticker Mule: Stickers, buttons, keychains, pins, magnets, and so many things. Get on their mailing list to be notified of their regular deals, which can be great.Cryptic Carousel: VHS duplication, lathe cut vinyl, audio cassette duplication, and other cool analog services. Pretty sure this entire company is just one guy working out of his apartment in Brooklyn.Duplication.Ca: Audio cassette duplication. Canadian company. Very nice to work with.Mixam: Various reasonably-priced print services. This is where we had the zines printed.GotPrint: Various print services. We got the postcards here, and they were extremely reasonably priced.Green Dream Screen Printing: We didn't screenprint posters or t-shirts to keep costs down, but if we had, we would have used Green Dream Screen Printing. They do beautiful work.