Yes, it's been a while since the last post...but it was inevitable.  I mean come on, I'm graduating college in like a week, I've got lots on my mind.  But no more least for today :)

Back to the purpose of this post--I found a new site for funding art projects, collaboration, showing your portfolio, and so much more!! I'm still exploring the site, but I did make a profile so you should check it too and create your own!  I love collaboration projects and I'm hoping this will provide some awesome opportunities!  (I'm actually in the works of designing t-shirts for kids in America with a new business, which I'll let you know about soon.)  Oh yea, the sites called IdeasTap.  Genius. Just genius...

Much Love!
Ahh the beautiful spectrum of colors nature provides...  I don't know about you, but a good color combination really gets me going!  Recently I was exposed to Adobe's color creating website. Which clearly makes it the BEST color site. EVER.  You can search for pre-made combos, create your own, and best of all, upload a pic and it automatically creates a combo in whatever style you'd like--monochromatic, analogous, and more!  Plus, you can tweak any color and the creator will change the rest to keep a coordinated palette.  Try it for yourself and check out my most recent combo (below) created from a one of my wedding photographs ::
Country Wedding
As always, let me know what you think!

Ya ya, so I skipped a few days this weekend, but hey, I'm still getting the hang of this.  Plus it'd sure be a lot easier to keep up with this electronic world if I wasn't sporting a Razzle as a phone. Ya you probably don't know what that is because it's the most basic, free little phone, that everyone thinks is broken upon looking at it because of it's very strange design...
Anyways, maybe I'll upgrade to an iphone soon and post of pic of my ancient cellie.

I've been addicted to fonts lately--well just the free ones, because I'm still claiming "broke college student" status until graduation day, in which I'll promote myself to "starving artist".  So the free fonts, right?  Here's today's site of choice:  Lost Type Co-op.  I love it.  The fonts all look professionally developed and provide a vast array of artsy, vintage, and extra thin type-faces.  I'd recommend the blog posts, as they provide awesome, creative ways to utilize the fonts to their maximum potential.  Let me know how this stands up to your favorite type site!

Type on, my friends!