Visual Arts

IndyInk printshop and gallery celebrates a decade in Denver

In times of economic turbulence, you really see how much a local business means to a town. Faceless shops will be passed over by budget-conscious Walmart shoppers, while more memorable stores will flourish and become staples of a community that embraces them. This is certainly the case with IndyInk, the local apparel, printshop and gallery that will celebrate its tenth anniversary on Saturday, August 18. "We don't really do much advertising -- it's all been word of mouth," says co-owner Dave Roggeman. "So people get referred by somebody else, and somebody else, and somebody else. And that's how we've built our business and our reputation. People want to support local and support us, and they know that they can come in and talk to us face to face." See also: - Graves vs. Jive @ Indy Ink - UMS Night Three Travelogue: The Heyday, Hideous Men at Indy Ink and more - Today's featured event: Take in Sam Turner's toxic art at INDYINK
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