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November 18, 2009
November 12, 2009
Here's two additional pieces I designed for Tiny Prints' holiday collection. These cards are printed using thermography, so the text and border designs will have a lovely raised appearance. These cards are an elegant option for those of you who are not into the whole photo-card thing, but still want to send a custom printed greeting. Click here for ordering information.
November 6, 2009
If you like works on paper there is an awful lot to see this weekend!
A Woman's Wit: Jane Austen's Life and Legacy opens at the Morgan Library (225 Madison Avenue at 36th Street).
The exhibition Polish Film Posters: Girls, Love, Fear, Sex, Typography opens at Philip Williams Gallery (122 Chambers Street, between Church & West Broadway).
IFPDA Print Fair at The Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue at 67th Street).
And last but not least, the 2009 Editions|Artists' Book Fair will take place at X Initiative (548 West 22nd Street, between 10th & 11th Avenues).
November 3, 2009
The chocolate show turned out to be lots of fun and there were some interesting displays including a vitrine filled with vintage chocolate molds and whimsical costumes constructed completely of chocolate.
After tasting lots of delicious samples, my two favorite exhibitors by far were Oliver Kita (www.oliverkita.com) and Chocolate Springs (www.chocolatesprings.com).
Oliver Kita's chocolates were visually stunning; many had interesting metallic patterns and gem-like shapes and surfaces. The Scarlet Caramel and Lavandre Citronade were delicious. These would make impressive individual favors or would be lovely served with coffee at the end of a meal.
I especially loved the special New York City illustrations created for the chocolate show. This assortment would be perfect to include in a welcome bag for out of town guests...