Getting show ready

Business cards
Three of my beautiful business cards. They are really like little frameable prints. The words are on the back.

I’ve been absent from the blogosphere for the last couple of weeks because I’ve been getting ready for Silicon Valley Open Studios this year. I haven’t exhibited my artwork in a booth at a public event in, oh, I don’t like to say how many years, so I’m riding on a little hyperdrive of nerves.

I’ve been painting and planning, and panicking; it’s a big job! I’ve been making prints, framing paintings, and I’ve just had more Moo Cards printed. I really think they’re one of the best, (if not one of the most expensive) online printers. You get what you pay for.

Let me say that my day job is in the business of print, and I’ve been trained by some of the most obsessive compulsive perfectionists you’d ever hope to meet. People with eyes of eagles; they can tell if a 5 pt. period (full stop for you Brits) is italic or roman. I’m not saying that I have that kind of eye (I can barely see a 5 pt. period, let alone its slantiness), but I’m pickier about print than the average person (It’s my job!), and I have been impressed with Moo Cards. If you’d like to try them, you can use my code:

You’ll get %10 off your first order, and (full disclosure here) I’ll get some kind of credit since I referred you. So if you’re looking for new cards, you might want to give Moo a try.