I just can’t get enough of these little baby things, lately. This harbor seal doodle is an original creation, and we’ve been screen printing onesies in any size for the last year or so, and orders really seem to be picking up. I decided to add some greeting cards (center) to the repertoire and am just fantasizing what else I can print it on!
Additionally, if our little harbor seal was to have a friend who would it be? I’m so partial to our native animals. Another seaside creature or should I venture in to the woods? Puffins, starfish, sea urchins, sand pipers, terns, humpback whales would all be a pleasure to doodle. But bobcats, black bears, deer and snowy owls are nothing to shake a stick at either!
Over craftbreakfast this morning we got to fantasizing about what it would be like if inanimate objects could sue each other. This is what happens when you put lawyers, artists, and a combination of both in the same room together for a morning!
Conceptualizing t-shirts outlining lawsuits as such:
-Circle vs. Oval 1972. Circle contends oval has infringed on circle’s copyright of being round.
-1837 Beavis vs. Mousey (lawsuit to be determined, not sure what Beavis would have against a mouse toy but it was the first thing Kristina saw when she was coming up with the two parties).
-and so on.
I’ll need to get Kristina to give me a template of how those synopses look in law books. I think we’ll have a pretty good niche market in the overworked, deliriously tired law school students. Yesss!!