Saturday, February 25, 2012

What do you think of Watershed tunes

I love hearing peoples' responses to songs I wrote, so I thought I'd post a couple Watershed tunes for people to comment on. I may post a couple responses I've gotten earlier too.

So, feel free to leave your comments -- as long as you shoot straight. Can be as simple as "I like it" or "I don't" but it gets way more fun when you get specific!

Handmade Cards

Being on Etsy I've noticed that a lot of the stuff I like best is handmade (as opposed to printed in mass quantities). So I started working on one of a kind cards. Things got a little out of hand and soon I was cutting paper, making envelopes from scratch and adding paper latches and crazy stuff.

If you're looking for a really unique card to give someone these holidays, this might be your thing. These handmade art cards are priced between $14.50 and $120. Everything is hand drawn, hand cut, pasted, and one of a kind.

Power Trio Art Card and Handmade Envelope with Crazy Latches

Friday, February 10, 2012

Two Drawings

Here are two drawings inspired by sabbatical netflix watching. The first is called "Mr. Stewart Jests" and yes, it's inspired by the John Stewart Show (which I rarely watch). The second is called "A Cunning Message" and it's inspired by a Firefly episode.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Simple words for those who have strayed from their true heart

Why don't you dream anymore
What's in the way
How come you point to the door
And ask me to stay
Why don't you flash that smile like you used to do*

I'm looking through you, where did you go
I thought I knew you, what did I know
You don't look different, but you have changed
I'm looking through you, you're not the same**

* (the Cars' Ric Ocasek)
**(the Beatles)

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Art Shelter

I have an Etsy shop.

It is an upscale art shelter. I use it to temporarily house things I make with just a pen (mostly).

Art shelter residents include drawings, artist trading cards, idea maps, a memory enhancing laser gun and a hat.

These art pieces are happy in their fancy no-kill shelter. Do not pity them. If, however, you might be ready to give some art a permanent home, please feel free to stroll around the premises and see if anything catches your eye or nips at the your pant legs.