New Rubber Stamps  Pikas!

What's New

The American pika, a lagomorph, is found in the mountains of western North America, usually in boulder fields at or above the tree line. I saw and photographed a lot of them near Medicine Wheel, Wyoming, during our recent summer vacation. As they live in the high and cooler mountain regions, they are very sensitive to high temperatures, and are considered to be one of the best early warning systems for detecting global warming. Stamp a pika on your outgoing mail to subtly help spread mindfulness of climate change.

Sizes: 2.75 X 2.75, & 1.75 X 2.75 inches.

Animation News

Animation My latest animated film Salmon Deadly Sins has been selected by 18 festivals and has won several awards. The next screening will be at Local Filmmaker Night right here in Humboldt County. Also, rumor has it that the film, which features music by Leftover Salmon, will screen at the Arcata Theater Lounge right before the Leftover Salmon show in October!

Kinetic Convergences

Brent Eviston and I recently completed a collaboration video project using his conceptual drawings and my animation. It is "a shape shifting animation for meditation". More here.

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Tiny Peg Stamps

Tiny Peg Stamps

Over 100 tiny rubber stamps mounted on pegs - keep these popular little gems at arm's reach and you'll find many uses!

RubberStampChat

Rubber Stamp Chat

Customer Testimonials (more here)

"Thank you for the quick shipment of the stamps I recently ordered. The stamps are beautifully detailed and create stunning images. Thank you also for the sketches on the paper in which the stamps were wrapped. I'm using one of the sketches in an altered book I'm creating that is based on images of women."

Susan L., Malvern PA, November 2005

Blog Highlight

Yeah that's a dead frog alright. He was completely dried and stiff when I found him on the Salmon River, so I was able to balance him on the stone - just goes to show you that I'll post just about anything on my art blog, as long as I had a hand in creating it. My pre-Tumblr (older) blog posts can still be seen here.