I am so excited to let you know that I have been putting my new screen printer to good use. “Rabbit Rabbit” shirts are now available at my brand new etsy shop, ShopRabbitRabbit!
If you order this week, I’ll be sure to get you one before the start of November, and you’ll get to celebrate the start of a new month in style!
In the meantime, I hope everyone is having a fabulous October and enjoying this beautiful weather while it’s here! And as always, thanks for reading.
The design was inspired by old wrestling posters and Yards’ love for Sylvester Stallone’s movie Over The Top. It is always so much fun to design a beer label and to see it out in the world. So thank you, Yards!
And have a great weekend, everybody!
Wow, October is here already! The days, the months, the years are starting to go by so quickly, aren’t they? I’m not sure there’s much we can do about it, except embrace it. And maybe even celebrate it! So happy October, everyone. Make it a good one!
I bought a power drill! I barely know how to use it, but somehow I managed to assemble this new little work area for myself, including this brand new screen printing press! I’m pumped. I spend a lot of time in front of the computer. Like, a lot a lot. So ideally, this means a lot more time using my hands and real-life tools like exposure lights and squeegees. Wahoo!
It may be the end of summer, but it’s the beginning of a new month. A fresh start. So, rabbit rabbit!
“Rabbit rabbit” is something I’ve been saying since I was a kid. They say it is good luck if you say it before anything else on the first of the month. From what I can find, it is a British superstition from the early 1900s. And I’m a sucker for superstitions, so why not!
It is also something I want to start making a bigger deal of. Because a little extra luck and hope can’t hurt this world!
So leave last month behind and have a fabulous September, all!
My fiancé(!) recently started a reggae band. It’s called “Ear Me Now” and they are so much fun to watch! They are playing tonight at City Taphouse in Logan Square Philadelphia at 7pm. Come on by!
And if you can’t make it, check ’em out on YouTube.
Ear Me Now!
I recently finished up the logo for a new business called Bowerbird Garden. If you Google “bowerbird,” you will see that they are beautiful birds with creative spirits. Bowerbird males are known for building brilliant nests to attract their mates. And they’ll use anything from feathers, to shells, to leaves, to flowers, to berries, and even discarded items like plastic and glass.
Similarly, the owner of Bowerbird Garden uses found objects as planting containers. She has been known to use light fixtures, industrial metal drawers, vintage vent covers, old baking molds, etc. It’s pretty awesome. Check her out on Instagram at @BowerbirdGarden. You’ll notice that she also makes terrariums and has been hosting workshops around Philly. So follow her to stay up to date on that!
And as always, thanks for checking out my work!