Posts Tagged 'illustrator'

HOW Magazine: Live a Double Creative Life

Employers, clients, you name it – everyone wants a jack-of-all-trades creative (read: someone insanely talented with octopus arms that can do 25 jobs in one afternoon and barely break a sweat). We all know those expectations are absurd and can

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HOW Magazine: Live a Double Creative Life

Employers, clients, you name it – everyone wants a jack-of-all-trades creative (read: someone insanely talented with octopus arms that can do 25 jobs in one afternoon and barely break a sweat). We all know those expectations are absurd and can

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Lisa Congdon’s ‘A Collection A Day’ Book

From delightfully mismatched buttons to colorful spools of thread to vintage typewriter ribbon, a variety of small, unexpected collections can be found in charming little tins. Thanks to artist/illustrator Lisa Congdon’s A Collection A Day blog project, we can now find

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Lisa Congdon’s ‘A Collection A Day’ Book

From delightfully mismatched buttons to colorful spools of thread to vintage typewriter ribbon, a variety of small, unexpected collections can be found in charming little tins. Thanks to artist/illustrator Lisa Congdon’s A Collection A Day blog project, we can now find

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Art Review: Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret & H.A. Rey at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum

When walking through the Curious George Saves the Day exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, don’t be surprised if you find yourself delightfully squealing, “Wow, I remember that!” coupled with lots of, “Wow, I never knew that!” exclamations. The exhibit

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Art Review: Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret & H.A. Rey at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum

When walking through the Curious George Saves the Day exhibit at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, don’t be surprised if you find yourself delightfully squealing, “Wow, I remember that!” coupled with lots of, “Wow, I never knew that!” exclamations. The exhibit

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