SPF’18, Saturday, Nov 10, 2018

Organized by Sarah Michelle Rupert of Girls’ Club and Ingrid Schindall of IS Projects, SPF’18 event took over FATVillage’s largest space The Projects, welcoming 70+ exhibitors and nearly 700 visitors to celebrate, exhibit, trade and showcase print, artist books and zines.

SPF’18 photos by Kelly Coulson

The Market

SPF'18 took place at The Projects, 523 NW 1 Avenue in FATVillage, Fort Lauderdale, and brought together a diverse cross-section of local artists, writers, independent publishers and regional small presses in the 8000+ square foot venue. Exhibitors filled the space, arranged into two sections:

SPF’18 Schedule

NoonSPF'18 Opens! Admission is free and open to the public
Beach Front and Zine Dunes tables open
Pushing the Pull exhibit open
Laser Wolf / Wynwood Brewing open the SPF cabana, Noon-6pm
Reggae Beets food truck, Noon-3pm
Frankie Dogs food cart, Noon-4pm
Beachin' Tacos food truck, Noon-6pm
Argyle Coffee Roasters pop up, Noon-6pm
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1pmThe Steamroller DEMO, 1-5pm
Screenprinting DEMO, 1-5pm
Etching DEMO, 1-5pm
Letterpress Postcard DEMO, 1-5pm
Mini Poster DEMO, 1-5pm
Tour of IS Projects print studio, sign up at Info Booth
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3pmTour of IS Projects print studio, sign up at Info Booth
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5pmSPF'18 Bigtime Raffle winners accounced
Tour of IS Projects print studio, sign up at Info Booth
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6pmSPF'18 is over! Until next year, happy print / book / zine making South Florida!!
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7pmSPF'18 Afterparty at Laser Wolf down the street, 7pm-late
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SPF’18 Workshops and Related Events


SPF’18 in the News

 Pure Honey Magazine

Pure Honey Magazine

 SouthFlorida.com

SouthFlorida.com

 Venice Magazine

Venice Magazine


SPF’18 Merch

SPF'18 Tote bag
from 5.00

SPF’18 Team

Directors ☀️ Sarah Michelle Rupert and Ingrid Schindall

Coordinators ☀️ Katherine Arts and Tayina Deravile

Designer ☀️ Isabel Serna

Volunteers ☀️

SPF’18 Sponsors

Thanks to SPF’18 main sponsors Broward Cultural Division, Community Foundation of Broward, Girls' Club and IS Projects.

Special thanks to SPF'18 community partners Laser Wolf, Wynwood Brewering, NSU Art & Design Department, and to Double Time Digital for helping us go big with our signage needs.

Giant thanks to our media partner Pure Honey Magazine for their help in spreading the SPF-word.

Funding for SPF'18 was provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council as well as the following Funds from the Community Foundation of Broward: Fonda and H. Wayne Huizenga, Jr. Family Trust Fund, Gary J. Scotto Fund and Mary and Alex Mackenzie Community Impact Fund.