One of our favorite things about putting together the Renegade Craft Fairs, is walking around the fairgrounds the day of the show and seeing everyone’s amazing booth displays. While the highlight of the fair is all about is all of the wonderful handmade goodness to be seen and purchased at the event, it’s the booth display that really draws people in closer to see what you have to offer. So, we’ve decided to put together this blog post to show you examples of some of our favorite set-ups, and to offer artists some tips to help them brainstorm ways to make a booth stand out among the rest! The more creative and well put-together your booth display is, the more eye-catching it will be to attendees looking to soak it all in.
Above we have wine toppers being displayed in wine bottles, and some really nice bookends on display using vintage books. Below, we have a vendor who created more of a store-like environment by making a checkout window inside their booth. This is really good to keep in mind for the holiday events, because you can use lights to make your booth more festive. If you make artwork, prints, posters and other large flat items, it could be a good idea to make walls for your booth so you can display your work gallery-style. When participating in outdoor shows, there’s always a risk of running into bad weather and having it damage your wares. These qualities make them a kind of totem of the winter season, in particular – their snowy white plumage and regal poise evoke the radiant stillness of a freshly fallen snow, or the remote beauty of an icy northern shoreline.
There are several species of swans common throughout the temperate regions, with the most common (and largest) being the trumpeter, the whooper, and of course the famed mute swan.
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Their beauty and mystique is attested by the long tradition of art, music, poetry, and folklore they have inspired in cultures all over the world.
The whooper swan is prevalent throughout Europe and Asia, as is the mute swan, which has become naturalized in the Americas.


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You can create an environment where you have your own free-standing structure, or non-traditional piece of equipment so as to really wow the crowds. I used a 6b charcoal blended with a tortillion to make the backdrop; the swan is done primarily in graphite and the water with a combination of both graphite and charcoals. Mute swans also have the signature curved necks, while those of whoopers and trumpeters are straight. Sure it could be a prototype and all but it makes it non-appealing for some people including me. They were hunted aggressively by early white settlers and only recently have their populations rebounded after bordering extinction.



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  2. 505 on 02.12.2013 at 15:52:58
    Panorama lighting, outdoors of a studio hoped to photograph the northern lights. Strobist 101 , it should guide you thru.