Wade Krause goes to Pinburgh

Wade with Luther's Vendetta Wade Krause, pinball artist and PBDG supporter, let me tag along with him in Pittsburgh as he attended PAPA’s Pinburgh tournament, checked out Dave Baach’s amazing custom games, and met with local artists.

Wade with Luther's Vendetta artist Brian Holderman

Wade and Brian Holderman

Wade collaborates with Dave, and I was able to go behind the scenes to find out what they are up to, including a chance to see the  Brian Holderman custom Luther’s Vendetta and Freak Out by Mike Budai.

wade checks out Freak Out

Dave showed us all around Pittsburgh, going above and beyond as a host. Thank you, Dave!

Another highlight was a visit to the amazing collection of Ed Beeler (more photos coming of Ed’s place). Wade and I had a great time exploring 8,000 square feet of pinball and arcade games.

Wade plays some of Ed Beeler's gamesNo weekend in Pittsburgh is complete without a quick day trip to Philly (yes, I am crazy), where we met with wonderful PBDG supporter Rob Loring and the folks at PinRescue and Harry Snodgrass, the PBDG sound designer.

Harry Snodgrass, Sound DesignerBack in Pittsburgh, Wade checked out the work of fellow screen printer Andy Warhol at the Warhol Museum.

Wade at the Andy Warhol Museum in PittsburghAlways ready to lend a hand, Wade helped Director/Cinematographer Don Starnes and me with PBDG filming.

Wade and PBDG Director Don Starnes

Is Wade contemplating the Trinity Cathedral, or wondering how his El Dorado boards are drying back in Clovis, CA? Thank you for the great company, Wade!

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