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Sunday, February 7, 2010

SALINGER CONFECTIONERY CO.

This is going to be a hilariously wild week for me. If there was ever a time for me to be the star of a reality show in which I run around like a chicken with my head cut off, this would be the perfect week to premier. I can't promise anything, but I can guess there might be a few tears and a few sleepless nights. Such is the life of an art student!

This photo is a preview of a project I started this weekend. Columbus was a snowy icy mess (and beautiful to boot!), which meant I was mostly stuck indoors. I recently reread Salinger's "Nine Stories" again and was in the mood to do a project about it to round out my portfolio. There will eventually be 9 pieces... one to commemorate each story in the best way I could think possible... chocolate!

10 comments:

MEADE DESIGN GROUP said...

Beautiful graphics!

Andy said...

I'm sure it'll turn out great! Show us soon!

xoxo,
andyquirks.blogspot.com

Anais said...

Can't wait to see it all :) Beautiful blog btw!

Jane said...

you always have the best design projects going on! this is amazing! I'm looking forward to seeing the final products.

Joanna said...

this looks so beautiful! can't wait to see more :) xo

Pretty Mommy said...

I'm rereading Franny & Zooey right now...sounds like a fun project!

MondayMorningMochas said...

Good luck with your wild and chaotic week!

Summer said...

OH! I scooted over to you via Little Green Notebook (your name enticed me). What a beautiful blog-you make me wish I had continued as an art student. Keep making beautiful things!
http://modernhaus.blogspot.com/2010/02/youre-probably-hipster-if.html

Amy said...

This looks great. I really like the idea of doing pieces around Salinger's Nine Stories. I can't wait to see the whole series.

Thank you so much for stopping by and for your lovely comment. Your blog and work is great, I'll be back soon.

Rachel Dangerfield said...

Thanks guys! It's slow goings with the large amount of school work I also have, but I can't wait to get to work some more on this project. I have a feeling it's going to turn out kind of nice.