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Posted by on Jan 26, 2010 in Personal | 0 comments

Sorry I’ve been out of commission and hard to reach for the past few days. I picked up some kind of nasty virus that kicked my ass this past weekend. My head felt like exploding, I couldn’t eat a bite in 3 days, and…um…let’s say I had a unlimited riding pass on the porcelain bus. One-way. Have you ever been so sick and...

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Happy Birthday

Posted by on Jan 21, 2010 in Personal, Photography | 0 comments

Happy Birthday my little guy. You’ve been the most amazing thing that has happened in my life. Hope you enjoyed this 1st year of your wondrous life and may the world offer you every opportunity you can imagine in your lifetime. Love –...

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Decorative Pillows

Posted by on Jan 20, 2010 in Art, Design Finds, Fashion, Interior Decorating | 0 comments

My wife has a fascination with pillows. Despite how many pillows we have on our bed and sofas, she’s always looking at getting more for some reason. I’m ok with that I suppose. If she see’s something that could add a little character and color in our living spaces, I can live with that. She has this quirky little habit of playing with...

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A New Leaf

Posted by on Jan 18, 2010 in Art, Design Finds, Typography | 0 comments

I’m not the only one out there that collects beautiful work out there for our own inspiration. Here I landed on the work of Shaz Madani. In this case it was a campaign for Arctic Paper…using paper materials while expressing environmental thinking. Again with the pop-outs and cut-outs. (Hmm…I must find a project where my client will let me...

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Help for Haiti

Posted by on Jan 15, 2010 in My Business Adventures, Webdesign | 0 comments

I donated to Haiti the other day. I mean, it was really “nothing”, about as much as the cost of a big lunch I’m embarrassed to say. But I was struck with a tweet from someone that said something like, “Don’t make the mistake of wanting to do so much that you end up doing nothing”. So I pulled out the cell phone and...

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