My sister Michelle created the company Kidzaw and a product called MasterKitz where anyone can create their own interpretation of a great masterpiece. It’s a fun, creative, fail-proof way to introduce anyone to art and their own inner creativity! Anyways, her product made it to Vogue’s online ‘Holiday Best Bets Top Ten List’ for gifts! And MasterKitz is #3 on the list! Which I think is amazing since the list is mostly fashion items. The number 1 spot was a faux snake jacket for $1,595.00. Next is a $252 bottle of body oil. Then #3 which is her art kit for $30. (I thought that was so funny – the list has several items over $1,000 and then her kit which is a mere 30 bucks!)
Eric is packing up for another workshop (Salt Box Crafters in Connecticut). As you can see from Chance’s expression, he gets a little stressed when he starts to see boxes piling up. So he’ll hang out next to the tool box hoping he will be going on the trip as well. Sorry Chance… you’re not going on this one!
I finished up with a logo for a client today. Nothing exciting (honestly). But I thought I’d post it because it’s a good idea for anyone looking for a neat gift for someone who has everything! My client is creating bar glasses as a gift. The family name is Bergman. And this logo will be on every glass. Now, I’m not sure where they are purchasing the glasses and/or who is creating the glasses for them. Hey, I was hired just to design a logo! I don’t think too much beyond that. Anyways, I thought it was a cool idea for a gift and thought I would share it. The downside of having my clients across the country and only communicating online or by telephone is that I rarely get to see the final product. And I would really like to see the final product for this job (or at least have a drink with them)!