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Oct6

Thank you Sarah and congrats on the wedding!

Take a peek in Sarah's store, follow her on Facebook and Twitter and visit her website to see more of her work and services.  Drop her some love!

Til next time. Gab

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Jul9

Doris Deer and Friends $10

 

We Were Together $15

 

You are Worth Hundreds of Sparrows $10

 

You are Everyone in your Dreams $10

 

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Jun21

 

 

 

 

 

Brent and Brandi the dynamic duo behind Kukubee Designs always amazes us with their fun and playful designs.  Brent with pencil and paper in hand, illustrating these awesome characters and Brandi by his side with sewing machine...

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Jan27

Just stumbled across Mexican illustrator Luis Silva on Little Lovely and fell head over heals! Literally. K, not literally, but you get the picture! Mom's and Dad's......try and resist these cuddly little buggers.

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Nov5

Guess what? It is that awesomeal time of the week when we choose one artist and throw a bunch of questions out of the Cargoh hat. Yes, it is indeed time for #Friday Feature.

This time we have selected Mr. Jesse Kuhn from Rawtoastdesign. So buckle up and enjoy the ride:

 

#FF: Hello Jesse! Welcome to #Friday Feature. To start could you describe who you are and the essence of RawToast

Jesse: I am Jesse Aaron James Kuhn. Equal parts human and alien. Lover of pictures and unexplainable phenomena. A kid trapped in an adults body. Emperor at The Republic of Rawtoastdesign. Illustrator, designer, and wanderer of the universe.

#FF: I knew I saw a UFO a couple minutes before the interview. Jesse, could you tell us about the meaning behind the name "Rawtoast"?

Jesse: Raw Toast actually came about during a late night run to a casino diner many moons ago. It was summoned to the counter after a friend had asked for the fastest...

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Sep10

I don't know how this collaboration from {Australian illustrators} Jo Pole and Erin Smith (collectively known as Treehouse Studio) came to be, and I'm not sure if they're meant to ride on, or be hung as a triptych (because wouldn't that be beautifully badass) but I know that I come back to the image I have saved of it pretty much on the daily.  So often in fact, that I was finally driven to look for more information on it's creators, Pole and Smith, and was thrilled to find what wonderful work the duo does in their respective solo careers.

Jo Pole (who is rather progressive with her choice of canvas, to beguiling effect):

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