NWPSC Coloring Sheet, and Meet the Artist: Steph Hanlon

The NWPSC Arts and Crafts Lodge on Zoom was SO FUN! We looked at DIY shelving projects, learned about carving rubber stamps and the super interesting world of letterboxing, saw some amazing 3D printing demos and results, and worked on culinary and needlecrafts. Special thanks to Kayla Greet for co-hosting with me!

Seattle’s own Steph Hanlon provided us with print-at-home coloring sheets, here is one to make your own! Our local pinball family’s resident graphic designer, she has created logos for Monday Night Pinball teams, arcades, and small businesses owned by players, check out her work at openedeyedesigns! She is also one of the city’s most talented tattoo artists (Steph Hanlon Tattoo), and donated a $100 gift certificate to get some ink to Breanna Jo Lloyd’s raffle fundraiser for King County Equity Now Coalition

A few words from Steph:


Campsite Location: Seattle, WA

When did you start playing pinball?
5 or 6 years i think lol

What are your top three games?
Eight ball deluxe

What are your biggest artistic influences?
I am mostly influenced by the artists from the 20’s and 80’s

Any pinball superstitions or competition rituals?
I stretch before i play lol
And also i dont chat with other people while im playing, so i put headphones in from beginning to finish of a game

Who is a role model to you, pinball or otherwise?
Well in pinball i would have to say hannah hatch is a big inspiration to me
Her play style and also character, she is so beast ❤️

What pinball event (local, regional, or national) are you most excited to see the return of?
Nwpas is always fun
I miss league and i miss finding a tourney on any night in Seattle