I have a few things to post about today.
Firstly, I finally got around to making a business card! I should have had one ages ago, but hadn't gotten around to it. So here it is!
I was planning on getting it printed somewhere, then thought the other day that I'd been doing my own silkscreening a lot lately and that that gold ink of mine looks great on cream-coloured stock, so voila! I cut them out, printed two at a time, then cut them to size. It took lots of printing, and lots of cutting, but I'm really happy with the result.
The second thing I've been working on today is a new print. I'm in the middle of printing it, but when the ink is dry I'll post photos and an explanation. I believe this particular design deserves a little bit of explanation.
The last thing was brought to my attention yesterday; which was a post on design blog But Does It Float, featuring my dear friend Carly's newest oil paintings of minerals. I was familiar with all of the pieces except for the very first, which may now be my very favorite. Carly, if you read this, what is the mineral in that piece? Citrine? It's so pretty. They keep getting better and better. The thing that really amazed me when I first saw them in person was their size! They look, in photos, like they could be very large paintings, but they're actually quite small. And incredible.