Thursday, November 27, 2008
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Saturday, November 15, 2008
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Saturday, November 08, 2008
This is so much fun to do! Upload a photo of yourself and see how your yearbook photo would probably look like in 1950 or 1978 or 2000. The results may shock you! They will probably make you cringe too. I sure did!!!
Friday, November 07, 2008
Monday, November 03, 2008
Sunday, November 02, 2008
Condé Nast has opened up its archives to the public and are allowing us all to purchase their photos, magazine covers, and illustrations as wall art. and I think it is so great that Condé Nast has this service. There are so many incredible photos to choose from!!
The Vogue cover (by Erwin Blumenfeld of Jean Patchett) above is my favorite magazine cover of all time. What I would give to have it!!! Sigh.... The link to that image is here. Prices range from $225 - $535.
From the Condé Nast Store:
Each print is reproduced using state-of-the-art digital equipment. The Hahnemuehle pearl printing paper is a fiber-based surface developed in the tradition of the Silver Gelatin prints, the original gold standard of archival photographic reproduction. The paper’s weight of 285 grams per square meter reduces rolling and curling, and its UV-resistant pigmented inks can last for more than 100 years.
The Larson-Juhl hardwood frames—available in several sizes—include archival 8-ply, acid-free matting; ultraviolet-filtering Plexiglas; and hanging hardware. Each image is accompanied by an authentication letter from our archivist and a provenance label detailing the image, magazine, and artist.
These have been out for a couple months now, but I'm slow I guess! I didn't know about 'em til very recently.
$6.72 for a Pane of 16 stamps @ USPS.com
This is a commemorative sheet of 16 42–cent Charles and Ray Eames stamps.
On June 17, 2008, in Santa Monica, California, the Postal Service™ issued 42–cent commemorative stamps Charles and Ray Eames in a commemorative sheet featuring 16 different designs.
Honoring the husband-and-wife design team of Charles and Ray Eames, this commemorative sheet of 16 stamps was designed by Derry Noyes of Washington, DC, and represents the breadth of their extraordinary body of creative work, which includes architecture, furniture, film and exhibits.