Wednesday, February 24, 2010

We ♥ the Internet!

When someone contacted us from Puerto Rico, we kinda freaked out. That's like another country, wait, uh, no it's part of the US, but still, it's an island somewhere.

It was a super custom order that caused a lot of gray hairs on our end, but the finished product, as always, is rad. The address is mounted on a coke bottle colored piece of plexiglas, which gives it just a hint of color depending on the light and angle.
This coke bottle color keeps coming back as a favorite for our customers. It's gotta be the hints of green and blue. We ♥ that color too!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

"The Classic"

We call this frame the classic because it's like that classic chair in your house that goes with everything. Or the black skirt that you where everywhere because you know, it is amazing and it makes you look amazing. This clear frame goes with any color design and lets the art do all the talking!

East 5th St. Graffiti Art

Hmmm ...

I have a tall planter/pot right next to my front door. Part of it looks like this: Is any part of that sign unclear? Sometimes I think it says, "Please come knock on my door and try to sell me your magazines."

Friday, February 12, 2010

Grrrls from Impanema

This coaster idea has been our archnemesis, but today, with a little help from our friend Jager, we decided to face it full on. Senor Jager helped push us along and I think we came up with something, well, pretty mod.

Have you seen my white go-go boots?
Swimming at night?
I'd love some lotion on my back!
These girls might still be a little rough around the edges, but we have faith they'll clean up real purty.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Full Circle

So it was time to replace the off white rug in my living room. The kids, the dog, and the husband had turned it to a light brown color. Seriously, it was funked up. So after lots of thinking and looking, I decided to go with a daring deep red shag. Red is the accent color of my house. I thought, yes, this will be amazing. So, i get it home, roll it out, secure it under the couch ... and realize, it is the exact same carpet that was in my house as a child. And when i say was in my house, i mean my entire two story house was a sea of red shag carpet. Seen here, my Grandpa, kickin' it with my brother, a beer, and the red shag carpet. I have come to terms with my red shaggy choice. I was just yearning for my childhood ... subconsciously.