Month: December 2014

2002 Christmas card

2002 Christmas card

Snowflakes and cinderblocks are great contrasting elements. One is heavy and rigid. The other is light and delicate. Yet they also tie together in that they are monochromatic. I wanted the cinderblocks to be shown at different angles to add some visual interest. While setting up the cinderblocks, I decided to keep my hands in …

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2000 Christmas card

2000 Christmas card

I was playing with a Santa PEZ dispenser and when I saw that the Santa beard and hat were pieces that snapped onto the Santa head, well, the card just made itself from that point.

1999 Christmas card

I had the good fortune of taking photographs inside a giant 30 foot inflatable Santa. It was a bitterly cold winter night while I was photographing the well-lit exterior of this mega-Santa on a Christmas tree lot. To my surprise, a man came out from the trailer at the end of the tree lot and …

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1998 Christmas card

Santa is flying through a window to deliver his gifts. The reindeer is saying, “Open your windows, he’s not using chimneys this year.” The card was photocopied onto transparency sheets, then covered with a stiff laminate followed with the hole being cut out below Santa’s feet. The cards were mailed postcard-style. One of my illustration …

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