Based in Olympia, WA, the Never Knows HMC is your home for fantastic!
So: last month we kicked off our People of Greater Olympia History history card project.
We subsequently financed it more then twice over on Kickstarter and are currently deep into production. Hooray! In the last month we also got our basement up and running as a pseudo working serigraphy studio. Also hooray!
The savvy observer may notice that multiple of our projects are not yet represented by neat little images over on the right. All we can say is that they will be in time, unless we forget. It should also be noted that some sites, like previously mentioned Books and Store subsites, as well as the Super Genius Design site have not been updated in, probably, several years, so cut us some slack. We do still take orders through the store and will someday get it all updated and squared away with, like, anything we've done in the last couple of years, but in the meantime, the best place to keep abreast of our projects is probably at P. Calavara's blog, Calavara.com. Anyhow, there you go.
The best way to get a hold of us is through the email creatures: Rick@NeverKnows.com.
Kontakte et al
The less good though still viable way is to use the telephonic fairies: 360.259.2358
Bathos is a webcomic about a robot (not pictured). It updates regularly, and can be quite educational, or at least irrationally intellectual.
P. Calavara's Hamlet is a strange little diddy, which we can't briefly explain.
Scrimshaw is a comic about Geppetto and Baron Munchausen living together in a whale.
Didactics & Money-Making Schemery
The ramblings of our in-house elucidated master of the pen, brush, and casual coffee stain. To be found at calavara.com.
Harmony Boom Island is an island inhabited by the strange creatures and creations of Dr. Jagwit, noted mad scientist.
Thurston County History Cards is a project wherein we create a whole bunch of illustrated baseball-style cards featuring people from the history of the greater Olympia area.
all bathos, pathos, images, words, ennui, stories, et al copyright © 2011 Never Knows Heavy Manufacturing Concern, P. Calavara & Rick Perry.