Hey, you still here? I thought I may have grossed you totally out the door, but to my delight it looks as if I am not the only human in the world and others can share my pain (thank you for the comments) At least I am not stepping in toddler poop like one of my other favorite bloggers is. If you are a glutton for bodily functions, mosey on over (warning do not drink and read as it is sure to spray through your nose.)
I would have put Bella to sleep, but then I would have to look at my husband to-be every time someone asked us why we did and then the whole 'incident' would be re-lived in slow motion for the rest of our days. It's better just to pretend it never happened and get on with our happy, little existence. Isn't that healthy?
So, enough of that, let me talk about this! I mentioned awhile ago that I was going to be doing a collaboration with a group called Modofly. As I don't pay attention that much, I soon realized that I wasn't supposed to say anything. Sh*%&! I noticed the rest of the artists were chomping at the bit to mention on their blogs and here I had written about it months ago. Obviously, not only are these artists talented, they pay attention as well. I sat in these virtual pow wow's biting my lower lip and praying no one found out. So, when the time came to spread the word I kinda ignored the call of arms, as I kinda spilled the beans earlier. I really, really want to spill the beans about what a guy who bought my design from Modofly is doing but I will wait because I will probably be flogged if I do tell and who wants that? NOT I.
So, if you are new to my blahg or don't pay much attention either, Modofly is, well, let them tell you:
Their medium is the laser and their support (what they laser on) is the uber cool Moleskine (you know, the notebook I can't afford). I was surprised that I was included with all the talent they lined up. These are artists that I truly admire, such as John W. Golden, his 'From the Management" series is really clever, perfect for the hipster parents:
There are so many more new artists that I got turned on to that have made me giddy with inspiration. I love Marie-Louise Plum of Ink & Mess. Her name. Her company name. Her style. Her bio photo. So sassy:
You must check out the Modofly vibe, if you are an artist or are like me and just have a very powerful imagination, they are looking for new talent to highlight. The guys that started it are brilliant in their own right (I swear I'm not saying that because they chose to work with me). I mean, look at this description for my notebook:
The Elephant Trot
We all know about the elephant’s graveyard. What we didn’t realize is that elephants can cut a rug like nobody’s business! This beautiful piece by Tristan Brando a.k.a Bella Bella co. is more than just a beautiful piece of art and delves into an epistemic disclosure of the intimate graceful moments of the pachyderms.
I don't know about you, but I am pretty high on life about seeing some dancing elephants grace the legendary Moleskine (Thanks to Toi for the suggestion as I would never have the brain power to think of that myself) My elephants btw are experiencing their first taste of cyber stardom as they have been clicked on like crazy. I am so very proud of them as the fame has not gone to their heads. I on the other hand have quite the big noggin' and am hoping that I can sell enough to buy me this Modofly Moleskine:
I don't know why, but it reminds me of my bad dog...