11.12.2008

quel honneur BLOG PARTY! NO.1

Wow! I just wanted to say thanks to these lovely bloggers/designers for their posts about me and my work-quel honneur!
Click on them to check out the postings and take a look at their sites too, they're great!

*designwork life
"designworklife is a part of Seamless Creative, a New York City-based design studio. Updated daily, dwl was established to catalog and share design-centric inspiration."

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&
*Oatmeal and Cinnamon
"Hand lettering, hand writing, calligraphy & doodles."
A beautiful blog by Sarah B. Miller

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*Also! I'm up on
LCS too ( Little Chimp Society- Illustration Site)
*ANNNNDDD here's a post the L.A. RECORD did of me about my Michel Gondry drawing! Haha!
HERE

ALSO,I wanted to thank the lovely Peggy Fussell for her nomination for me for the Brilliante Weblog way back in July! I totally spaced out and forgot to follow through with accepting the nomination! Oops!! Hahah. I'll get to that soon! ;)

Super fun and really nice too, thanks guys!
LOVELOVELOVE!!
Christine

3 comments:

Sarah B. Miller said...

Thanks Christine, nice comments help to motivate me to keep updating the blog!

Christine Ohara Hale said...

No problem Sarah! I'm so glad you wrote about my process too---I'm starting to work on a more refined version of it called "empathetic creation and interpretive studies" and you know I could really use your input! I liked how you said you go on and on about exploring new ways of creation to your class--and that is what I'm all about---trying to discover news ways to work, to find new ground--all with a very open perspective and also producing as much as possible-because when you do that, you start to discover things about your creative process, about yourself--and in the end you can also share that to help inspire other people to think "outside" the box. To think multi-dimensionally even. Hah. :) In the end we are not only creating art we area also creating concepts and emotions and changing the way people think---for the better!

peggy said...

You are so welcome, my dear! And thank you for sharing these great links.