nothing like cramming two week’s worth of work into four days (& nights) *awesome*

“peace on earth,” a limited edition woodblock print/greeting card the three-color block print art is based on a drawing by an eight year old. it’s part is a limited printing of 15. each card is numbered. these limited editions are … Continue reading

nontraditional print shop the kitchen not only functions as a dinning room & laundry room… it also functions as a print shop. big thanks to my eight year old child for helping with the woodblock prints. [see previous posts: here, here, here … Continue reading

woodblock prints/greeting cards i transposed a drawing by an eight year old child into woodblock prints. typography designed by the child… all other mistakes are mine. [see previous posts: here, here & here]

“christmas night,” a limited edition woodblock print/greeting card the two-color block print art is based on a drawing of one of the kidlingers. it’s part is a limited printing of 17. each card is numbered. if you receive one of … Continue reading

diy woodblock prints/greeting cards i transposed a drawing by a four year old child into a two-color print. this nice thing about using acrylic paint (instead of traditional ink) is that it drys quick. [see previous post: here]

woodblock printing on a budget… or diy woodblock printing. i dug out some old art supplies & a few scraps of 2”x4” wood to create a limited printing holiday greeting card series. the art for the print is my translation … Continue reading

How to post work safe content

another reason to deep-six my tumblr account… often i unfollow new followers due to nsfw content. i’m not being prudish & i appreciate you following this tumble log, but i can’t view your content at work (due to #2 & #3 on subcreation’s list) or at home (due to #4)…

subcreation:

Ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Is it free of nudity and gore?
  2. Would I want this on my screen when my boss dropped by my office?
  3. Would I want a prospective employer or client to associate me with this?
  4. Would I show this to a 5 year old? (your site is public, so you actually might be showing it to a 5 year old)

If you can answer yes to all of these questions, go ahead and post it.

If you answer ”no” to #1 and “yes” to #4 and still intend to post it, spend a moment rethinking your life as you (please, at a minimum) go into the “Customize” page and mark your site as “Not safe for work (NSFW)” under “Advanced”.

Thanks