Just like the Couch-in-the-field mini photo session, we will be taking appointments for 1 hour mini photo sessions starting January 19. Light photo editing always available with no extra charge.
…The police will watch you like a hawk. Still a lot of fun!
Couch in a field family portraits now available through Nove 21st.
Color study from 1692 by an artist known only as A. Boogert. Looks like the original Pantone swatches. I’ve seen this before with color wheels and theory. Time to Google. Until then, the rest of the yummy color blocks are located at Colossal.
Another antique market find. The Zanol Product Company made a little bit of everything including needles. Inside of the card is an even tinier envelope filled with sewing needles. Fell in love with these Victorian trade cards from Dilworth’s Coffee. Edward Dilworth Latta was one hell of a traveling salesman. He built a southern empire inContinue reading “Pickin’ UP Stuff”
I’m addicted to vintage advertising. I found this piece in a cigar box at the Grayslake Antique Market. The thoughtful design, unique illustration and of course the printed details made me buy the entire lot. It’s all in the details right? Silver shimmery ink for the S. C. Schwartz Co. Must have been some fancyContinue reading “Vintage Direct Mail”
After a wonderful year off, it’s time to go back to the other work. Honestly, the boss was a bit of a baby. 🙂 And the new Associate Boss (his partner in crime) is an even bigger baby. I needed to pick this guy up at the antique fair in Mundelein. My fancy pants pencilsContinue reading “Back to the drawing board”
Speed Chaser commercial
For the greatest baby little man in the world, we are throwing a Mustache Bash. We started with the invites and everything design-y that we can do here and there along the way. I finally hit a snag. Our car isn’t large enough to accommodate the plywood needed for our backdrop photo prop. We’ve seenContinue reading “Mustache Bash”
black boards that are green.
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Once again, I feel compelled to address some claims made by the art critic Jonathan Jones at The Guardian. This time, Jones has written a piece attacking Banksy. This in itself is not the problem. The problem is that the attack makes very little sense under close examination. Here is the…