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ARTISTS & VENDORS
We will have a variety of local artists and craftspersons on hand displaying and, in some cases, actually creating their cool objects of desire before your very eyes.  Many items will be displayed and will be for sale at the event.
The Art of Tom Cooper
Tom Cooper is a busy artist! He has shown his work at several local locations and also at this year's Tiki Oasis. His large Tiki paintings have also been commissioned for Bikini Lounge and the Wagon Wheel Building. Tom will be displaying and selling pieces this year, as well as providing the amazing black-light-fluorescent tiki mask decorations. We are proud to welcome Tom back for his fourth appearance at Zog's Tiki Lounge Party. LINK
Marsha "Tiki Woman" Quintana
Marsha "Tiki Woman" Quintana is an amazing tiki carver and was the hit of last year's Party! The love of the craft runs in her blood; her father is also an accomplished carver and able teacher. She can be found most days at her carving studio with chainsaw and torch in hand.  She can custom carve just about whatever you are looking for whether it is a giant tiki, surfboard art, or a thatched palapa structure. Tiki Woman will be carving several tikis on site and will have several one-of-a-kind peices for sale. LINK
Steam Crow
Steam Crow is a Phoenix, Arizona studio, that designs, illustrates and creates astonishingly fine prints with a totally unique style. Established in 2005 by artists Daniel and Dawna Davis, they’re dedicated to making amazing and odd goods with a unique vintage aesthetic. We were very proud to have Steam Crow as the designer of the poster art for Zog's Tiki Lounge Party 5. Items from the catalog will be on display and will be available for sale as well the night of the show. LINK
Fresh from a one-man, extended-run show at the Bikini, Detroit transplant Nilla (Nicholas White) will be showing and selling his hand carved prints inspired by two main island-themed styles. While one motif is Polynesian Hawaiian, the other inspiration is derived from the Baining Tribe of Papua New Guinea and their fire dance masks, meant to symbolize creatures of the jungle at night. Handmade prints will be displayed and for sale at the event. LINK
Nilla's Tiki Art
6:00 PM-close, Sunday, September 4, 2011