John -- Saw your message about the t-shirts. We have a pair of them, thanks to friends in high places. And when the folks in our neighborhood gather on Friday nights to walk to the local snowball stand, we often wear them (they really are nice, although you need to remember not to wash them with your whites!). Anyway, one week, some of our neighbors showed up with them, too! They had bought theirs on-line, so now they're sort of a quasi-uniform for the people living on our block to wear on Friday nights. Attention-getting, to say the least.
I've never been to a strictly paper show. Most of the 'good old paper' that I'm interested in would generally not be brought to shows. I'm currently paying about a dollar a piece for it. I just started this art on old paper thing the first of the year, and I've purchased about two hundred pieces after looking at roughly, fifteen thousand. I'm picky, and the paper I buy has to have a 'hook' for me, or I don't buy it.