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earth day

Posted on April 23, 2010 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
A year ago I did a series of flowers, for the national gallery's earth day project at the Glass House construction wall -
5 different flowers, 4 ft in diameter, on board, 8' square and painted green.
A year later, battered by the harsh environment, they're still lovely ...

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going somewhere

Posted on April 16, 2010 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
you do a thing sometimes not understanding where that thing will lead you ... the barque in this image, the canoe, and the characters are simple as pie silhouettes ...
but the idea of more fleshed out characters started right here and moved along till I got to the dready surfers that are further south in the posts below.
also below is the dashing white sergeant who for reasons of costume had to be...

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the sleepy turtle

Posted on April 09, 2010 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
a series of 7 deady cards based on west indian sayings that are evocative of Caymanian culture for a beautiful cottage hotel http://www.caymancottontree.com/
I loved this project ...
ps: cause there's always a ps, the image didn't register properly in the transfer to jpeg, the turtle in the shadow's actually red yellow and green; bright and cool and fun!

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big ship sailing on the ocean!

Posted on April 05, 2010 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
Apoise the yacht depicted in this image has just sold at auction and i've been secretly working away at it as a commission to the old owners.
a few days ago I showed it to a dready lova who said to me; "it's very cool but, you know, I just really like the rustic dreadys ..." And I like the rustic dreadys too ...
yet, I and the person who commissioned the art, love this ... I love it because I see...

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post cards

Posted on March 30, 2010 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
post cards, like this, were where dready first started out ... because of the low cost we could run a test of several images and see how they worked ...
learnt some stuff.
Then took the basic pattern of the card and stuck it on a shirt ...
And learnt some more stuff.
So we elongated the design for the shirts, evolved the dialogue and changed the cards all to reflect what that test had taught us.

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