I told you she made exquisite things

Mom made this pair of teddy bears for my twin nephews when they were born in 1984. Fully articulated, a bell in one ear and though they’ve worn off, she painted the most impossibly small hearts in each of their eyes. Still though? These fellas have held up extremely well over the years. I’m so […]

Holiday lights

Back when we went to Blenko, I managed to sneak out this lamp. Yes I paid for it, but mom didn’t notice the extra box at the time. But sometimes you just need to give gifts early. So we put it out along with a bunch of holiday decorations. Brightened up her day, for sure.

Don’t give up

Sarah’s idea for a Public Service Artists sign. I pulled it together with Helvetica flush left, but when the printers got a hold of the file, something went whacky. Looks like it got squished horizontally about 80%. This I can let go. The hope we can restore balance and go forth with dignity for all? […]

Breeders Halloween show poster

Sometimes I like to wear the hat of production artist. In this instance, Kyle had an idea for a poster to have for The Breeder’s Halloween show in Columbus. Take this Dr. Phibes poster, add in Kelley and wrap it up with the appropriate text. I was hanging in the hospital with my mom while […]

Misc LA

A few images from the last day that didn’t fit with the others.

That lumberjack look

Spent a part of the sweltering Memorial Day shopping at an outlet mall with a friend I’ve known since 1985. They didn’t have these in my size.

Northside Vodka

A gift from my mom. Haven’t broken the seal yet, but noting the moment with her garden as a fine backdrop.

Eye patch

These eye patches are for the second edition of PhotoScouting, hopefully a collection of perspectives from around the world tackling photography prompts. If you’re not on the email list, scroll to the bottom of the website and get on there!