In an effort to help promote the creative ventures of others and spread the word about our own business, we are introducing a little idea called Trading Logos. The idea behind this is very simple. We want to post your logo on the sidebar of blog with a link to your website. All we ask in return is that you do the same thing for us. It's that simple!
For all who want to participate, please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) an image of your logo along with your website address. It will be up and going on our website as soon as possible. We will respond to your email with our logo and that's all there is to it. We want to hear from as many people as possible from a wide variety of creative fields. Hopefully we will all benefit from this small effort and get a chance to meet more people who are interested in what we are doing.
Thank you in advance to everyone who decides to participate. We really appreciate it!! :)
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Last weekend we were lucky enough to stumble across some more vintage maps. These have been extremely popular items and rightfully so. Each one we find seems to have a unique set of colors that really makes a statement when put up on a wall. This particular one has some great shades of pink that seem to stand out a bit more than the other colors. Maybe this is the one for your wall?
A new item (also a shade of pink) that we put in our space over the weekend is an old iMac computer. It seemed a shame that this now outdated machine was going to be put in the trash. What was once a $1000 computer now can't compete with our newest technologies. But like the vintage cameras and film projectors that have become staples in the antique world, we thought maybe this could become something similar. Why not display this beautiful machine in your home if you are a Mac fanatic? We think this could make a fun statement and maybe you'll even end up being a trend setter :)
Posted by Syd & Harper at 10:05 AM