Special Thanks 2009 Groovee Clients

Groovee Fortune would like to take the final day of 2009 to thank all it’s Groovee Clients!!! It was really fantastic to work with all of you! So many great web design, print work &  multimedia education projects! Best of luck in 2010!!!!! LET ME KNOW IF YOU SHOULD BE ON THIS LIST!!!!!!

another day in paradise
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litmus industries
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bolsa bonita

holli brown mosaics
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chupacabra cantina
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burnes of boston

greening law firm

mary steele spanish
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suntint

dr. robert clement

austin yarn company
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hyde park surgery center

bowie ibarra

shelton designs

i love fat cats

sara robberson

morris property group
COMING SOON

austin professional music
COMING SOON


traveling bistro

the jackalope

118 real estate
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china coast

carolina real estate magazine

jack pizza company
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horse head theatre
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kil studios

green zone homes

cielo su terra
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girls rock camp austin

natural curve creations

cynthia bloom

flora

gay shackelford

deborah main designs

fork in the road
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peyton radio group
COMING SOON


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Red Light Winter

red light winter

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Horse Head Theatre is one of Groovee Fortune’s new clients. Recently I went with my awesome football fanatic husband to see a to Houston Texans game complete with Brett Farve and then got to hang out with the a few members of the cast and crew of Red Light Winter, the premiere performance of  Horse Head. The reviews are fantastic and I was delighted to learn my dear friend and college drinking buddy, Kevin Holden was the director. Kickass! If you are in Houston try to catch a show by this unconventional and daring new theatre group. I haven’t seen the show yet, but these people are going to entertain the hell out of you.

Red Light Winter PHOTOS by Anthony Rathbun

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Reviews Houston ChronicleHouston ArtsWeek

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Litmus Industries & Horse Head deserve a little John Waters

As owner of Groovee Fortune web /print design, I am proud to present 2 new web pages for some old friends. Because I have known these people for many years and have lived thru many fun and sometimes bizarre situations w/ these folks, I feel a John Waters’ intro is in order. It just seems to fit perfectly and profoundly.

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Visit John Waters Dreamland
Cheers to Litmus Industries and Horse Head!

If you don’t  know who John Waters is, I wouldn’t really know where to start. He’s a filmmaker of the darkest kind because he rips the face of June and Ward Cleaver right off America and shoves all the tragic, harsh, real parts of life down your throat. He doesn’t seem to take himself too seriously but he’s really fucking good at what he does! Just brillant.  Drag queens, creepy folks, bizzare, absurd, ugly and tragic events…. You’ll just have to watch USA’s “Night Flight” on John Waters’ “Polyester” – 1982.

All I know is we have all lived thru some events together that make our lives eligible for a scene in a John Waters’ movie.

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HORSE HEAD THEATRE

Kevin Holden, my dear old college friend, is part of the new Horse Head Theatre in Houston, Tx. My first 2 years at UT I probably spent most of my time with Kevin going to football games, drinking beer, playing racquetball, playing drinking games, etc… I miss racquetball! We used to play a crazy drinking game called Cardinal Puff…”For the first time tonight I drink to the Cardinal Puff.” While there are many occurences at UT vs OU and on 6th street, I think events at a What-a-Burger on the drag with a homeless man named Bucky who believe he was being followed by the CIA is one of our most Waters’ moment. I can best describe our relationship as a Strange Brew.

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LITMUS INDUSTRIES

Tony and Lori Linder are the masterminds behind Litmus Industries. I can’t even count the numerous John Waters’ moments I’ve live thru with these two! I’ve always loved Lori’s sense of style and Tony’s art. Together they offer all kinds of fantastic creations. Beautiful glass work, vinyl signs, multimedia art, fantastic drawings, business signs, ironwork, etc. You’ll have to come back to this web page to see what ends up in the catalog for you to buy. As for Lori, I think mostly of our many trips to swimming holes in her dad’s old mint green buick which made me feel like we were The Muppets, a wild trip on the train trip to visit her in Seattle and a hunt to defend my honor against the bitchiness of one of the Donnas. Lori dressed me in fantastic Waters’ worthy clothes obtained around the country. The Linder  house looks like a Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, perfect for the set of any Divine movie.

One of my funniest memories with Tony, I left the apartment he lived in with Bob Ray carrying my bike. I had to step down one step to the garage, slipped and end up trapped under my bike that was wedged into the step and a car. I begin yelling but the music was really loud. After about 15 minutes, Tony emerged and rescued me. I had sprang my ankle. Having much experience with twisted ankles, my best remedy was a 6 pack of Pearl bottles. About the time I finished my last beer, unexpectedly the police chased our friend, the neighbor,  thru the apartment. Having lost their hot pursuit,  who jumped out the second story and later called the police on the phone, the APD turned on us. My ankle, swollen like a catalope, was impossible to walk on and I was surrounded by beer bottles. The policeman walked up to me and asked me if I’d drank all that beer and I pointed at my ankle and he didn’t ask anymore quuestions. They threaten to take us all to jail, but luckily we were set free and left to our own devices. There are many live music stories I could tell about Red River and our trip to the Vegas Shakedown, but you can’t handle the truth. HA!

I’m very proud of Kevin, Tony and Lori. Despite our many adventures that might leave some in a straight jacket, we have grown up enough to do some things we can be really proud of! I am also working on new web pages for 2 of my college roommates (one is a Cardinal) but you can see those once they are ready! Enjoy and thanks for reading! XXOOO Beth Been

Imagine . . . “creating a theatre that to this point only exists in
dreams.” – Robert Edmond Jones