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Working on Reworking

Cars can be resurrected. I think illustrations can, too. I do have one such drawing I did a few years ago that wasn’t originally designed to be silkscreened onto a shirt, so I’d like to fix it up so I

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The Nail That Got Screwed

I was at work the other day (unfortunately) and I was longing for a desk and pencil and paper with which to draw. And my computer. And warmth. But no. Of course not. Instead, I was wandering the construction site

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Exploring Autumn

This past long weekend was a highlight of the past few years of my life… that might be a bit of a bold statement… hmm, yup, it was a good weekend. I really can’t find anything to complain about! I

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Creativity With a Side of Tools

Being creative for me is not limited to drawing. In fact, being creative doesn’t really have to be about art at all. Finding a new, efficient way to shovel snow off your driveway requires creativity. Using one tissue to blow

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The Recycling Channel

We have made an effort to reduce waste and recycle as much as we can over the past decade or so. Decade? I honestly don’t know how long, but I chose decade because it’s been more than several and less

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