I was featured in the popular New York Times feature “36 Hours in Austin.”

Photo Credit, Matt Rainwaters

They say of the gallery, “Then stop at Roadhouse Relics (1720 South First Street; 512-442-6366; roadhouserelics.com) where the Pop artist Todd Sanders has covered his studio with artworks in the shape of neon cowboy hats and diner signs that look like something you’d find on Route 66″

I’ve also included a scanned addition of the feature, which ran on the back page of Sunday’s paper:



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