The affable bear of an artist Joey Veltkamp is a known entity on Capitol Hill, but his series of blanket drawings deserves a wider audience. Most of the drawings are small; almost 50 of them cover the walls at Cupcake Royale. They are, simply, colored pencil drawings on white paper, each one depicting a patterned blanket bunched over a mysterious form—or an absurdly obvious one. Some are playful, some enigmatic, and others are straight-up political, related to Veltkamp’s experience of growing up gay and hiding in plain sight. (Cupcake Royale, 1111 E Pike St, 883-7656, 8 am–10 pm, free)