Community Painting with Camp Indigo Kids

Camp Indigo Mural

 

Sarah volunteered with Amala Foundation at Camp Indigo this week. The goal was to create a community painting with 5-12yr. olds on a 48x60in canvas. The youngest group began at the bottom and the older kids finished up the top. They added as many flying creatures as possible, including a long-haired dragon and a flying pop-tart cat with a rainbow tail.

Volunteering at Tender Heart

In November Nick and I visited India with a small group to volunteer at the Tender Heart School and adventure a bit. While staying at the school during the first week of our trip, we painted a classroom and taught various art classes. Some of these photos are in the education page, but here are a few other photos from the school.

The staff at the school was incredible- they took good care of us and prepared our hearts for the rest of the trip. If anyone is interested in volunteering with Tender Heart (I totally recommend it!) – learn more at http://tenderheartfoundation.org  or  contact Elena Colon: [email protected]

Farmhouse Delivery Branding

We just finished the initial round of designs for the new Farmhouse Delivery Brand.

These folks deliver local farm food to residents in Austin and Houston.

If you are at all interested in eating locally grown food- Join Your Community!

www.farmhousedelivery.com

Vuka Site Re-design

We launched the Vuka Co-op website this week.

The new site is built to manage events, community announcements, rental specifications, pricing and a storefront for available furniture.

Check it out at:

www.vukacoop.com

Photamerica!

We recently Josh Hailey’s new website this week for Photamerica.

Josh will be using the site to post images and video as he continues his journey.

Check it out here:

www.photamerica.com

Working from Seale, AL

A couple weeks ago, I flew to Alabama to start working on the Museum of Wonder site with Butch Anthony. Jeff Moerchen, a photographer from the City of New York was also staying for the week to begin new series of work.

We cooked, slept and worked… even made time for a little graffiti.

The new Museum of Wonder site should be launched in the next couple of weeks- so check back soon!