Several months ago, I received an email titled “Special Request” from someone I had never met. It was a producer from a local production company asking to film in my studio. Fast forward two months and here I am, spending six hours with a three-person video crew documenting the process of printing invitations for a conference they put on, and now I finally have a sneak peek of the final product. Check it out here! Oh, and in case I didn’t mention… here’s where it aired (ahhh!):
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There’s nothing more valuable to an artist trying to make it than a truly supportive patron. Not only do they support you financially by buying your work (always important!), they boost your confidence and remind you that what you’re doing is indeed worthwhile. If you’re really lucky—like me—they also invite you to fabulous dinner parties and introduce you to their fabulous friends!
My favorite client ordered a set of stationery for each of her closest friends and family. It was a great collaborative experience in which she told me a little about each person’s personality and I designed a monogram or image just for them. I thought the pineapple card might be rather popular, so I printed extras and they’re also available here!
If you’re at all interested in design, or fashion, or home décor, or things that are cool, you know that Pantone’s color of the year is Tangerine Tango (that’s orange for all you lay people out there). I guess it took 6 months for it to sink in for me, but last weekend was nothing less than orange-tastic!
Orange seemed the perfect color for a pirate greeting!
Been thinking about this card for several months now—orange was the perfect accent—very fall!
One of the best parts about buying handmade directly from the artist is the ability to collaborate on custom work. Unfortunately, this can be an expensive, overwhelming and relatively slow process, so I’ve been working on ways to make custom letterpress pieces more accessible. The solution? A customizable piece with a finite number of choices for each aspect of the design.
Introducing custom monogram note cards with the following options:
1. Choose your initials (2-4 characters):
2. Choose your design:
3. Choose a color from the palette:
Purchase the listing and wait just a few weeks for your cards!
Oh hello there, long time no see. Sorry guys, when it comes to blogging lately I’m out of practice and frankly a little uninspired. Why don’t I just tell you what’s new around the shop?
These are new:
So are these:
And I’ve got a yellow-orange version of these drying as we speak:
I’ve also been working on a couple really exciting things—including a new limited edition print and personalized note cards. Stay tuned!