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Busy, Busy, Busy

In the past few months, in between my other tasks which have been keeping me very busy, I’ve put in a little time here and there, creating some more designs, specifically focusing on abstracts. Following, for example, is the top of the Empire State Building.

Crysler Building Detail

Crysler Building Detail

I noticed recently in my Zazzle shop that many of my images were limited in size and shape, and so that impacted on the number of posters I was able to provide.

I’m slowly working my way through and uploading some of my older images onto the posters to ensure there is a broader range available.

Here for example is one of the new posters, using one of my older images:Link here

Curse of the Squirrel Mummy HighSMWhile my other commitments have impacted on creating and uploading new designs, I plan to rectify that as soon as possible.

Thanks for dropping by.

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What’s been happening?

In my last entry, I mentioned that I’d been busy writing a book since I moved house last year. It’s now September (2014) and I have the first book with an editor, and I’ve also written the second in the series of three. It’s still only in its infancy at this point and I’ll spend probably a couple of months editing it. I’ve already determined to radically change the relationships between one of the main characters and the remainder, which means there’ll be a lot of re-writing.

But before I tackle that, I decided to have a little rest, and take the opportunity to get back into my graphic designs once more. Hopefully  I’ll be able to upload some of the new designs to the shops over the coming weeks. One of the things I’ve been focussing on is old posters, many of which were damaged and some needed major repairs/editing. Following are some of those (all over 50 years old) which should be going into the various shops when possible:

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I love this particular image. It was recreated from an old advertising poster for corsets, probably dating to the late 1800s or very early 1900s. After repairs, I removed all traces of the original advertisement so the focus is on the image alone.

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Above is a poster from a classic movie – it was quite badly damaged, and although it’s not perfect now, I think it’s come up quite well.

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This old comic cover also needed some repairs due to damage and deterioration over the years. As a child, I can recall seeing comics like these, but we were never allowed to read them. That was probably a good thing too, because with my overactive imagination, I’d probably have had nightmares for years.

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Another poster from a classic movie – probably from the 1920s. Rudolph Valentino was a huge star at the time, and had thousands of women swooning at his sensual roles.

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Here’s a wonderful early poster advertising Wolf Motor-cycles. While I certainly don’t condone using scantily-clad women to promote products to men, it’s clear that the concept has been around for a long time.

I have lots more that I’ve been working on and will share some more with you soon.

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