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    Online Film Premiere

    Neltner Small Batch and LEAPframe are excited to announce the online premiere of ART & CRAFT: A TALE OF BEER & BRUSHES the short documentary featuring some of Cincinnati's best breweries and the creation of Neltner's "Revival" Artworks mural.

    Over 300 people packed into the Bockfest Hall at Christian Moerlein in OTR/Cincinnati to see the premiere, now you can check it out at 12/noon on Thursday September 25th @

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    Artworks Mural Dedication + Film

    On September 5th our Artworks' and the Brewery District's "Revival" mural will be dedicated at 5:30P and the premiere of "Art & Craft-A Tale of Beer & Brushes" documentary at 7P.

    For more info on the film and to RSVP check out

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    CMHF Branding Development

    We've had a long history working with the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation and we're excited to share their new brand we've been developing over the last few months.

    Look for their booth this weekend at Bunbury Music Festival and Buckle Up. They will have a limited edition t-shirt and some other "loot" to give away.

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    Buckle Up Series

    We've been working with TOMMY INK on a great poster series for the upcoming Buckle Up Music Festival in Cincinnati. Some truly great acts from up and comers to some of the greatest names in American music.

    Each poster will be a limited edition of 35 and hand pulled by BLDG and Southpaw Prints. Posters will be available at TOMMY INK's booth at Buckle Up and online after the festival. Look for more info soon.

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    Brewery District Mural Begins

    Its been a busy start to the summer with a hugely exciting project with Cincinnati's Artworks program that employs young apprentice artists to install murals all over the Queen City. Keith recently finished the illustration for the Brewery District mural. Learn more about this exciting installation and follow our progress on Instagram @neltner_small_batch

    WCPO recently wrote this great article, read all about it: