Greetings all you ghouls and fools to www.PUzine.com! Our motto here at good ol' PU is that if it's Underground and in Pittsburgh - WE DIG IT!!!

Check back periodically for new articles, links, artwork, and more for all things in the Pittsburgh Underground! You can follow us on our Official Facebook Page, Dead Zed Zombie Twitter Page, and PU Youtube Channel as well and don't forget to Like Us, Subscribe, and shoot us the occasional email at PU@PUzine.com or comment - we always love to hear from our minions!

Also, don't forget that if you have a kitschy, kooky, and ooky event here (or near) the Pittsburgh area and want us to get the word out with ALL the details (a few weeks in advance please) and we'll do our best to spread the word. Until then...

Stay Smokin,
Co-Founder / Pittsburgh Underground

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Announcement: BEST Up-and-Coming Artists in the 'Burgh Article Featuring Pittsburgh Underground

Howdy gang! Well not to toot our own horns or anything, but GUESS WHAT!!! You're old pals
Chops Huber and yours truly, Hot Toddy have been featured as 1 of 5 Up-and-Coming Pittsburgh Artists featured in a brand new article on the CBS Pittsburgh Website (I know! We were as SHOCKED as YOU!!!).

Written by local scribe, Dev Meyers, the article talks a little bit about all the mayhem we induce at good ol' PU keeping in mind our main goal to connect artists with artists, and then likewise to their audience.


But seriously! It's not all about us man! The article also features some amazing artists from our area including the fine folks at The Artist Market in Lawrenceville, glass mosaic creator Daviea Davis, clay and ceramics craftsman Mel Griffen,  and master metalsmith Warren Holzman of the Society For Contemporary Craft! Don't forget to check out their websites and give them some love (tell 'em PU sent you!).

It's incredibly flattering to be mentioned along with these incredibly talented artists - big thanks to Dev Meyers for the gracious inclusion. More stories from Dev Meyers can be viewed here at The Examiner.

Lastly, always remember that although Pittsburgh Underground started out as a way for Chops and I to stretch our creativity muscles, PU has become a way for us to let everyone in the 'burgh know what's worth diggin'. We're always looking for something kitchy, a little nitchy, and a whole lotta twitchy - so let us know about your art opening, film screening, burlesque show, bellydancing hafla, occultist garage sale - everything's up for grabs at good ol' PU!

Email us at PU@PU-Zine.com or directly to me at Hot-Toddy@PU-Zine.com to give us the scoop!

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