Jun 16, 2006

Whip Up Whiplash Challenge is back!



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This week is all about introducing yourself, your blog and your style. So here goes: I am a mixed media collage portrait artist and I live in Los Angeles, in the Valley, so I favor words like awesome, rad and . . . no just kidding. (I haven't said rad since my first job in NY when I dropped the R-bomb and it got so silent I swear I heard a cricket!) I do however say awesome, and as often as possible! I am a newlywed and we are quickly approaching our 1 year anniversary in August. We have 2 cats, Charlie (Mine) and Lewis (his) who are a constant source of, shall we say, entertainment. I love to garden and knit and cook. My chocolate chip cookies are famous in these parts. 'nuff said!

I blog to learn and share and occasionally to vent. Sometimes I dont get to post as often as I would like. I read many many blogs and am amazed by the generous nature and support offered by the onlie craft community! I especially admire the group of women business owners who share tales of balancing home and kids and their love of their crafts. They are a true inspiration!


Lately I have been working to expand my art and develop my style beyond my comfort zone. I am currently working on a couple different projects, one of which is creating t-shirts that are loosly based on my art and style. What do you think?? Constructive criticism is always welcome! I love comments!

6 comments:

Funky Finds said...

My input: I WANT, I WANT, I WANT!!!! Fabulous Michelle...as always!

tiffinix said...

Oh I adore this very modern and yet retro!

linda woods said...

Your shirt is GREAT!! I love it!

Kim said...

Tese are beautiful,are you silk screening or painting right on the shirts?

decor8 said...

Oh I like it very much... Although make sure you try it on to ensure that the image falls in the correct spot. I've purchased tees before where things were on my tittens, and you know, it was awkward wearing the shirt. In other words, I wouldn't want her 'eye' on the center of my breast. I love the spots though...stunning. these shirts are very retro and unique, just be careful what you 'introduce' online because LOTS OF COPYCATS are out there in the design world so be careful...

Sarah e.Smith said...

These are great T-shirts...and your style definately shines through! did you silk screen these yourself?