Ladies and Gentlemen, it is with a heavy heart we reveal that this Friday night, live at the Ottobar at This Time Its Personal, LIVE in Baltimore, Maryland, we’ll be saying farewell to two Super Art Fight icons.
Jamie Noguchi, co-creator of this very art competition, will be saying goodbye to the show he created, as he takes the time to dedicate himself to his many, many freelance art projects and what will be, assuredly, countless very cool projects moving forward.
Brandon Chalmers, on-stage referee and off-stage logistics head, retires from a very grueling position behind the scenes and as the most respected SAF official of all-time, so he can focus on his very real, very demanding day job and to let a younger generation move forward.
It would be impossible to list the accomplishments these men provided to Super Art Fight, so we will simply say this: the show would not be what it is without their tireless efforts.
These are some well earned retirement plans.
Join us and say goodbye, live at the Ottobar this Friday night.