Tuesday, October 18, 2016

We love Furnace Mountain and having the opportunity to create art for them is living the dream. Thank you, Morgan, Aimee, David and Danny!

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Photo is by Jenifer Joy Madden of DurableHuman.com
Here is another example of Cathleen Titcomb’s work at her print shop, Curious Fox Press. When Fionnuala Quinn, the phenom founder of The Bureau of Good Roads, asked us to design their Sidewalk Superintendent card we knew letterpress was the only way to make these cards perfect. Fortunately, we had just read about Cathleen from a calendar posting in the Purcellville Gazette - she was giving a letterpress demo nearby at the Purcellville Library. We used to ship out work to other areas in the USA for letterpress, but now our source is right here in Loudoun County.  Read more about the amazing activities going on at The Bureau in their latest newsletter, click here.

Sunday, June 26, 2016


Our new letterpress business cards just arrived! Cathleen Titcomb of Curious Fox Press - right here in Loudoun County - did an excellent job. Her customer service and printmaking are both excellent. This great photo was taken by Cathleen too.

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

New Logo Work

Just released! Logo design for a wonderful new business, Mojo Medicinals!

Monday, October 27, 2014





Just Added! CD & Album package design featuring custom illustration and hand-lettering for David Sleigh’s new release, “Hiding in the Sun”. Learn more about David’s music at ReverbNation.

On “Hiding in the Sun” Sleigh’s lilting and unique voice conveys shadowy lyrical images that shift through changing cinematic-like scenes.  This carefully constructed album, best suited for a solitary late night start-to-finish listen (with plenty of candles burning for good effect) is peppered with pausing instrumentals that allows the preceding songs’ words time to linger in the voiceless ambiance.  With acoustic guitar, violins, harmonica and retro keyboards, the songs follow a mostly minimal indie folk bent, with stylistic twist and turns throughout (from desert noir to near classic rock territory) that imbues plenty of intrigue and variety to keep the journey going while maintaining an absorbing vibe.  – DS

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Saturday, July 13, 2013

From the Archives

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Here is a draft introduction (an animatic) to the film, Silent Guidance, that has been on the back burner for years. We're about ready to get back to work on it.