over at apartment therapy is a piece on a mathilda-themed birthday party! it is the best!
i’ve only ever internet-witnessed one other mathilda birthday party … it was also the best. i am happy/overjoyed/heart-warmed to be a part of the birthday theme tradition. i can remember having a snow white birthday, a winnie the pooh birthday, a hollie hobby birthday, a smurf birthday … and on and on and on.
speaking of apartment therapy … a blast from the past if you ever wondered how i was living in 2007.
for those of you that don’t know i work/co-operate a diy gift store in downtown providence called craftland. it’s awesome! i work with so many awesome ladies and one dude!
awesome has been the word of the night!
every year, since this many years ago, i’ve been the holiday postcard image maker … and thusly you are peeping a preview above. peep away.
in a few posts ago i mentioned that i had worked on my first animated piece ever. it’s finally launched and live!
i want to thank hilary frank for the opportunity to work on this special piece and a big high five to my partner in work crime, joe posner, for an excellent, collaborative work experience.
seriously. let’s all think about this. i never work directly with anyone. i figured that, like leonard ‘lenny’ kosnowski, i was a lone wolf who couldn’t work with others. well, i’m learning all the time.
it’s out and about!
some time ago i was asked by julia rothman to make a piece for “the where, the why and the how.” it’s a book that pairs seventy five scientists and seventy five illustrators in an attempt to explain the inexplainable and illustrate the un-illustrate-able of life, the world and everything at large.
i haven’t seen it yet. i’ve only seen bits and peeps … but those bits and peeps are pretty darn exciting. you can find it here!
definitely watch the book trailer above … it’s got the best music and you’re gonna wish all the drawings were animated. (i know i do)