LIMITED EDITION

We teamed up with Black Hog Brewing Company to create a CUSTOM Festival beer, &Beer, a crushable pilsner with a hint of lemon. Grab a limited edition can designed by New Haven artists Raheem Nelson, Martin Wickstrom, and Candyce “Marsh” John.


&BEER ABOUT TOWN
Enjoy a tasty pint of &BEER at the following restaurant partners:

Old Heidelberg
1151 Chapel Street, New Haven

Bear's Smokehouse
470 James Street, New Haven

Sherkaan Indian Street Food
65 Broadway, New Haven

Cafe Nine
250 State Street, New Haven

Ordinary
990 Chapel Street, New Haven

Mikro
0 Depot Avenue, Hamden

JOIN THE PARTY!

&BEER LAUNCH PARTY at Black How Brewing Company

MARTIN WICKSTROM

Martin has been working in commercial arts since 2003, across publishing and advertising.  From 2013 to 2015, he worked as an in-house illustrator for the award winning early literacy app Learn with Homer.
Select past clients include: Disney, PBS Learning, WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), World Bank, Fannie Mae, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Scholastic, ABC Mouse, Leapfrog, Learn with Homer, Amplify, Conde Nast Traveler, Storytime Magazine, Outside Magazine, and New York University

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RAHEEM NELSON
Raheem Nelson (Ra!) is an Artist based in New Haven, CT. He went to the School of Visual Arts and completed his education with a BFA in Cartooning. He has a traditional background in Cartooning, but he's branched out into working exclusively on his iPad. He specializes in portraits, pop art, cartooning and urban landscape art. His books are available on Lulu.com and for commissions, reach out by email or phone. 


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MARSHUN ART (CANDYCE "MARSH" JOHN)

Candyce “Marsh” John’s ever growing body of work is a self reflective expression of her views on existentialism. Representing the essence of what it is to live as a BIPOC and member of the LGBTQ+ community in a world of resistance, resilience and revolution during a new era of renaissance rooted in benevolence. Rising from the ashes of grief into a space of gratitude, Marsh’s oeuvre encapsulates an unapologetically blaque nuance of love, loss, and liberty by way of artistic expression.

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