crafty your vote.

Here's the news I promised... drumroll, please!


I'm so excited to announce that I've been selected to be one of 10 Crafty Bastards running for Craftiest Bastard 08! I'm their 'Paper Products' category pick. Voting is open now through October 1st. Please click here to go to the voting page. Vote early + vote often, and of course, tell your friends to vote too!

The Crafty Bastards fall event will be on September 28th, and you can also vote then. I'll be in booth #72, please do be sure to visit and say hi!

This coming weekend are my first two big shows of the season. Friday and Saturday will be Arts on Foot, on the south sidewalk of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, booth #21. Then Sunday is Adams Morgan Day, Sean and I will be set up in the Arts on Belmont section, booth #16.

Am I ready? Of course not! With just 24 hours to go for everything to be all packed up, I'll probably start thinking up ways to redesign my booth display tonight. And of course, campaign promises.


skeleton tree.

Meet my latest hand printed Moleskine creation for September, Skeleton Tree:
Skeleton Tree
It started from a drawing in my own Moleskine in January while I was sitting outside among many trees, waiting for a friend.

I've screenprinted the illustration on both kraft and black covers, and both versions are posted in my Etsy shop.
Skeleton Tree

Exciting news from August was having my work featured in HOW Magazine! Being a designer by profession, it was truly an honor to be featured in this awesome publication.
How Magazine.
How Magazine.

I've been busy in my studio working on a whole lot of new things for all of my upcoming shows. This coming weekend will be the busiest ever, I have three full days of shows in a row! Friday and Saturday is Arts on Foot, then Sunday is Adams Morgan Day. I keep the event list on the right sidebar updated and also started a monthly newsletter! If you'd like to subscribe, please enter your email address on the right.

It's hard to believe that August flew by so quickly. I do hope you're all enjoying the last days of summer. It's time for me to sign off to get back to my studio, some more exciting news is coming up soon!