February 14, 2012 | no comments
to all of you. you know who you are.
A while back I worked with Katie and Whitney on their Keep Calm and Write On print. They decided to go another round and do a cute and sweet take on the normally not so cute and sweet “Going Back to Cali” by the Notorious BIG.
As you can see from their photos, the prints turned out pretty awesome. Printed in black on 110# Fluourescent white Lettra. They are available for purchase here.
Follow their adventures @SoPrettyWhittie.
Photos courtesy of Pretty Whittie.
I am finally back in Philly after a crazy few weeks full of (nearly) sleepless nights and non-stop printing. I feel so lucky to have participated in the Stationery Show with such a wonderful group of women in the Ladies of Letterpress booth. It was exactly the kick in the buns that I needed to really get going on my card line, and I couldn’t have had a better experience.
All of the cards will be available in my etsy shop soon and in a few new stores that I can’t wait to tell you about!
If you are anything like me, you may be a bit behind in the holiday card department. Have no fear. From now until Wednesday the 9th at 8 pm, I’m offering a giveaway of 25 cards with envelopes (either the “happy holidays!” or “merry christmas!”). Comment, email (email@example.com), or tweet (@cleanwash) to be entered. Winner will be chosen at random and announced on Thursday the 10th!
Cards also available on etsy.
*Original post lost in space during the blog/website changeover.
Here’s to finally getting around to my own printing… I’ve had a stack of drawings sitting around for months and finally made the time to turn them into a little more than pencil on sketch paper:
Letterpress is magic. I couldn’t have a better job.
Available on etsy!
More to come, stay with me.
I just don’t know if there is anything better than this banjo playing beaver. Anything.
I believe in polymer and I clap and yell for it everyday. I am much better with a pen and paper (and Illustrator) than I am with a knife. I tend to cut myself a lot. Whatever works…