This week I launched the brand new RoadhouseRelics.com. It has a more robust portfolio page featuring some of my latest works. There is also a new destination for the blog that I hope you will spend some time with. Let me know what you think, and if there is any kind of news or information you want to see more of.

So far 2012 has been a great year. The gallery was listed as a must-see destination in the New York Times’ 36-hours in Austin, Sailor Jerry featured me in their online series Hold Fast, the Junk Gypsies visited the gallery on one of their episodes on HGTV, and my work is currently on exhibition at the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles. Roadhouse Relics’ success has a lot to do with the friends, fans and collectors of my work. I couldn’t do it without you!

I encourage you to follow Roadhouse Relics on Facebook, as we have some exciting new work and partnerships launching later this year. I’m always looking for interesting collaborations – so never hesitate to email me with ideas and opportunities.

Thanks to all the amazing folks who have contributed to the new brand launch: my brand manager and publicist Nicole Delger, photographers Katherine O’Brien, Matt Rainwaters, Dan Winters, Sam Seizert and Jon LaChance, art director Tim Delger and SEO partner Mainstreet Host. And, of course, my amazing friends and family.

All the best,

Todd

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