Mrbaconpants.com’s sponsorship of the Creative Marathon was a big success. I was surprised how many people already knew about the blog and who I was. I guess being one of the few people in the world that blog about bacon it’s not that hard to be recognized for it. You can view all the pictures of the event on flickr.com and read the live updates about the event at 24hourcreativemarathon.com.

Mosleys Artwork
This is the artwork I created during the event. I used colored ink, acrylic, water color. I also scratched a tree into the wood. People say in certain light it’s hidden but if you look at it long enough you will find it.

Since this blog sponsored the event, I thought that it would be fun to cook up some bacon Saturday morning.

Mosley Cooks Bacon
Me, a world class bacon chef. Everyone told me that they enjoyed waking up to the sweet smell of bacon. It was a good way to start off the day.

The gallery show after the marathon was a lot of fun. It was a BYOB event with live music. The artwork was for sale and a lot of if sold, which was good for the Treehouse since it gets a percentage of sales. The bands at the event were diverse, it went from nerd rock to blues with a little folk in the middle. I can’t wait to sponsor more events in the future.

3 Responses to Cooking Bacon at the Creative Marathon

  1. Rachel says:

    Bacon makes every event better!

    Thanks for everything, man.

    :)

  2. Mosley says:

    np…. I can’t wait to do it again next year!

  3. [...] I am excited to do this and I think it’s going to be a fun way to help out the non-profit I work for. I am going to post up pictures and maybe video of the event. The last time I cooked bacon for someone other than myself, was at last year’s Creative Marathon. [...]

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