Tag: art

Say Hello to Sunbonnet Sue

I’ve been meaning to write a post about these little ladies for months now, but I’ve been so busy with all the new cards and prints I’m working on, I haven’t had a moment free to write! Finally, though, I’d like to introduce you to Miss Sunbonnet Sue, the star of our newest line of […]

Introducing Natalie’s Menagerie!

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a brand new line: Natalie’s Menagerie, featuring original illustrations by artist Natalie Sklobovskaya. Natalie has created a gorgeous set of birds, some of which you can find on our first set of flat notecards, pictured below. We’ll be printing another notecard set in the next few weeks, […]

A little bit of color inspiration

Just some lovely colors that I’ve been saving up as inspiration for our next series of cards. Can you tell I’m hooked on the antique-y milk paint color palettes?

Helloooooo, Seattle!

Update: Hello, Cityhopper facebook friends! The contest over here ended yesterday, but we’ve got one more box of cards to give away. Head back over to the comment thread on facebook, and tell us what city you’d like to see next. We’ll randomly pick a winner from the comments next Thursday, March 31st. Good luck, […]

The Making of a Drawing

Erin just finished her drawing of the Seattle Central Library, and it is truly stunning. The contrast of light and dark, the reflections in the angled glass – it’s all gorgeous. I’ll be printing it in the next week or so, but in the meantime, I thought it’d be fun to share some of the […]

Aaaand, we’re back!

After taking a few weeks off to take care of some family stuff, we are back in business and making waves! We’ve got some new items in the online store, including the very first in our new line of Cityhopper cards, and over the next week or so, Cardamom stationery will be showing up in […]

Understanding Comics – and much much more

I just finished reading Understanding Comics, by Scott McCloud, and it was amazing. I’d read it once before, as an assignment in a Sound Design class in college (yes, sound design – taught by an insightful professor who focused as much on teaching us how to think about the world as he did on XLR […]