Posted by: Mary Beth
Time to buy holiday cards!! The two newest cards I illustrated & engineered for the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art NYC) are available in their museum store and online. You can find them here: MoMA Store
The train is coated in metallic silver. It comes flat and then folds into 3D to sit on a table. It’s one of my favorites I’ve ever designed for them. I’m laughing right now just looking at it.
You can’t really tell from the picture but the windows in the PEACE card that appear silver are actually diecut holes. The word PEACE is printed in metallic on the inside and is shining through the diecut windows.
Posted by: Mary Beth
The three Christmas favor box centerpieces I conceptualized, engineered, and illustrated are now available on Shindigz!
Each centerpiece consists of twelve favor boxes that measure 2 1/2 inches high x 3 inches wide x 2 1/4 inches deep. Fill up each of the boxes, display them as a centerpiece, and then pass one out to each of your guests at the end of the party.
Click here for: Christmas Tree Centerpiece
Click here for: Gingerbread House Centerpiece
Click here for: Snowman Centerpiece
Posted by: Lesley Breen Withrow
Memory Match Catch – A game I illustrated for innovative KIDS
Here’s a video about a children’s game I illustrated for innovative KIDS called ‘Memory Match Catch‘. It’s a part of their Soft Shapes line. This match game is for bath time and has 20 colorful fish with 10 different patterns and a net for kids to catch them with. They can match the patterns and collect them in the supplied mesh bag or stick them on the tub wall. We just got the game and my 5 year old daughter loves it! She even likes to use it outside of the tub. It’s so fun to illustrate a toy and then see my daughter playing with it! And, I’ve always been a big memory match game fan, so I am having fun playing it with her too.
Posted By: Lesley
I went to the Stationary and Surtex show in New York City a couple of weeks ago and had a great time. I haven’t been to the show in a quite a few years, so it was nice to go again. I really enjoyed looking at the booths, trends, and it was great to see some familiar faces too! I was happy to see my book, Tooth Fairy Tales – My record of each lost tooth at the Potter Style Booth, and it was also very cool to see my snail notecards at the Papyrus store on 5th Avenue!
My Book is in the middle of the second shelf up from the bottom.
It was so fun to see my notecards there!
Posted by: Lesley
I went to a friends baby shower this weekend, which was really fun. It’s always exciting to welcome a new little life into the world! Here’s a card I illustrated a little while ago that is fitting for the occasion. I can’t wait to meet their little boy, who’ll be arriving at the end of May or early June.