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Glow

15/11/2013 — Leave a comment

Rather like how this image almost seems to glow. Or is that just me (Am I nuts? Hope not.)? Anyway, even though I tend towards darker palettes, I like how this turned out— the glow of the softer colors helps add lightness and depth to what could’ve turned into a rather gloomy piece. What do you think?

Untitled | AmandaMuses

Update: Like this illustration? Now it’s available as a matted archival print here in my Etsy shop.

Bruise

05/11/2013 — Leave a comment

Have to admit that the colors in this remind me of the shades of blue and purple one gets from a really bad bruise (think of a real zinger from sliding in baseball, maybe like the one in ‘A League of Their Own‘). Or perhaps a field of lupine.

Untitled by AmandaMuses

How’s everyone’s week so far?

Update: Like this photo? It is now available as an archival matted print in my Etsy shop.

It’s also available printed on shirts, pillows & totes here on Print All Over Me and on a few other products from Society6.

Crazy

24/10/2013 — 1 Comment

Crazy about the colors I caught in this photo. It was such a dark, overcast day full of downpours so capturing this makes getting soaked pretty worth it.

Untitled by AmandaMuses

How’s your week going, folks?

Update: Like this photo? Now it’s available as a matted archival print here in my Etsy shop.

It’s also available printed on shirts, pillows & totes here on Print All Over Me and on a few other products from Society6.

Palette

20/10/2013 — Leave a comment

There’s something about this photo, I don’t know what it is. I guess it’s the colors; their combination and proportions. Perhaps they remind me of Vincent Van Gogh’s work while he was in Arles. One of his variations of Augustine Roulin as ‘La Berceuse‘ (1, 2,3, 4)? Or maybe Crab on its back?’Or maybe one of his self-portraits? Maybe I’m completely off base with Van Gogh. Perhaps its Little Jerry from Sesame street? I don’t know, what do you guys think? Does this color palette remind you of anything? Just curious.

Untitled by AmandaMuses

Update: Like this photo? Now it’s available as a matted archival print here in my Etsy shop.

Pink

15/07/2013 — Leave a comment

I’m not really a pink person, but the contrast of the bright pink against the pale blue and the almost violent abrasions to this surface work for me.

Untitled by AmandaMuses

Update: Like this photo? Now it’s available as a matted archival print here in my Etsy shop.

Registered

10/07/2013 — Leave a comment

Found this forgotten shot of mine while organizing my hard drive over the weekend. Really really liking the color palette in this one.

Registered by AmandaMuses

Update: Like this photo? Now it’s available as a matted archival print here in my Etsy shop.

Day 170.2

19/06/2011 — 1 Comment

Day 170.2

A quiet Sunday full of coffee..

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Day 119.2

29/04/2011 — Leave a comment

Day 119_2

Update: Like this portrait? Now it’s available as a matted archival print here in my Etsy shop.

Baltimore screenprinters and letterpress junkies rejoice!
This Sunday, Baltimore Print Studios will celebrate their grand opening!
BPS Grand Opening

Open for the first time to the public, Sunday’s event will feature letterpress and screenprinting demonstrations and light refreshments; all for FREE. Come one, come all–Sunday October 17th, from 3-7 PM at 18 W. North Ave.(between Maryland Ave. and Charles St.) in the Station North Arts District.

For Tom

12/09/2010 — 1 Comment

It doesn’t matter whether you won or lost…. just that you tried your best. So just keep trying.
Try

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The end of print publishing? Or?? Watch and see:

Type Oscars

10/02/2010 — Leave a comment

It may be almost a month before the Academy Awards, but Ellen Lupton has already posted her picks for the Oscars of Type.

Personally I love her Best Serif pick:

Calluna

Calluna, by Jos Buivenga

Which faces made your list, dear readers?