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  • Pre-made eBook Covers BOOK GRAPHICS
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    Pre-made eBook cover designs are shown here in a small size. You will find covers suitable for a large variety of both fiction and non-fiction books. Check back often as new covers are added freque...
  • How to Be Single A Novel
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    Available in: Paperback,Hardcover,NOOK Book (eBook),Audiobook (CD). Soon to be a major motion picture starring Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie
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  • Community Post: 100 Things You Didn't Know About Harry Potter
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    Here are some fun, maybe surprising facts about the Harry Potter series...
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  • Peacock Hill.
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    A reader of my old blog emailed me to ask if I still have some photos I had posted a few years ago of Peacock Hill, the black house of the Catskills. Here’s the entire set, originally publishing in Budget Living (R.I.P.), October 2003. Artists Rob Pruitt and Jonathan Horowitz weren’t what Fleischmanns, N.Y., would call typical weekenders. In 2003, the pair bought a 17-room Edwardian mansion in the Jewish resort community, painted it black, and began to turn it into a highly stylized haunted house, inspired by the Addams Family. "We saw the house as a set for a story that we created and cast ourselves in, about an eccentric homosexual couple who live in a big black house on a hill," they said. The duo also planned its obsolescence: After commissioning friends to create a permanent collection that would belong, museumlike, to the house, they sold it. A book of their "extreme decorating" experiments is being compiled. Prepare to get your spook on. All photos by Roger Davies for Budget Living, 2003
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  • Caroline Andrieu Fashion Illustrations TRENDLAND
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    I guess it took us a while to find out about the talened fashion illustrator Caroline Andrieu. Graduated from French school of the Atelier de Sèvres and EPSAA, Caroline is the art director of Condé Nast digital's (France) for its Vogue & GQ websites...
  • Johnny Depp by Bruce Weber For Interview Magazine April 2014 Issue
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    American actor Johnny Depp was photographed by Bruce Weber and styled by Karl Templer for the cover story of Interview magazine April 2014 issue. | See more about Bruce Weber, Johnny Depp and Magazines.
  • Robyn Neild : books showing illustration work in advertising, women and book
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    Robyn Neild creates book orientated illustration work for magazines, books, book publications and commissions
  • The 20 Best Coco Chanel Quotes About Fashion, Life, and True Style
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    Coco Chanel's quotes on life and fashion are as timeless as her clothes, or, as she put it: "Fashion changes, but style endures.”
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  • Caroline Andrieu Illustrations
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    Originally from Slovakia, Caroline Andrieu now resides in Paris where she works as a portrait and fashion illustrator. She actually is an art director for a company who works with fashion magazines like GQ and Vogue
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  • 25 Signs You're Addicted To Books
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    The first step is admitting it. The second step is to keep right on reading...
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  • Introducing OUT TO SEA
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    OK! Are you ready? Here we go! Introducing OUT TO SEA.....my latest collection with Michael Miller Fabrics. Out to Sea has been on my mind for oh....maybe a year and a half now. I finally put it all together into 3 colorways, each telling a great story. Golly! Where to start. I never know where to start...especially knowing this is your first introduction. Say hello! Let's start with pictures, shall we? So, do you have a minute? There is so much I want to tell you and show you...and I have a feeling that I won't be able to do it justice all in one post. But I'll try! So....when I was designing this collection, I paid a lot of attention to the classic elements of Maritime Fancies....but also to how children imagine and play. This map print is a good example of that...perfect for running fingers through the ship paths (the above picture is embroidered by the way....the real fabric has printed dashed lines:) So this collection really has a good mix of larger scale fabrics, and small....which is my way of encouraging lots and lots of variations in project making. Every child dreams of adventures on the sea...and this collection is my offering to the whimsy of maritime travel. What I love about this fabric, is that it's considered quilting grade fabric, but the weave is a new quality called Cotton Couture, and is much, much softer and lighter than the traditional quilting grade. But....it's not 100% apparel grade either! I've been sewing bedding and quilts all week, and it's amazing to home dec, quilt and apparel with. My, my, my. I'm in love. So wow! Here it all is! As you are reading this, I'm standing in front of my Quilt Market booth with a high waisted skirt in the navy anchor fabric, and a sea flower peter pan collar. I adore that this collection is suitable enough for the older folk like me:) I am running out of time, as my fingers are itching to finish up projects and get to Quilt Market! Can I show you more later? There is so much to play with, and I wish I had time for all my ideas! So, wish me luck at Quilt Market!! I'll be thinking of all of you back home seeing this for the first time! It's always such a weird feeling to hit "Publish" on a post like this....hoping that a year's worth of color and design that has been stewing in my head is something you can get to know and love too! More to share soon! I want to dive in deep with you all and show you how much fun I've been having with this fabric. Love and hugs!! xoxo sarah jane And PS: because I know you will ask, this fabric will be in stores come Aug 1. Scheduling fabric releases is a very huge process, and there is so much time involved. But I'm going to be sharing tours of ideas (more on this later) to help you get ideas for what you can do with this collection so you are ready when it is available!
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  • Introducing OUT TO SEA
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    OK! Are you ready? Here we go! Introducing OUT TO SEA.....my latest collection with Michael Miller Fabrics. Out to Sea has been on my mind for oh....maybe a year and a half now. I finally put it all together into 3 colorways, each telling a great story. Golly! Where to start. I never know where to start...especially knowing this is your first introduction. Say hello! Let's start with pictures, shall we? So, do you have a minute? There is so much I want to tell you and show you...and I have a feeling that I won't be able to do it justice all in one post. But I'll try! So....when I was designing this collection, I paid a lot of attention to the classic elements of Maritime Fancies....but also to how children imagine and play. This map print is a good example of that...perfect for running fingers through the ship paths (the above picture is embroidered by the way....the real fabric has printed dashed lines:) So this collection really has a good mix of larger scale fabrics, and small....which is my way of encouraging lots and lots of variations in project making. Every child dreams of adventures on the sea...and this collection is my offering to the whimsy of maritime travel. What I love about this fabric, is that it's considered quilting grade fabric, but the weave is a new quality called Cotton Couture, and is much, much softer and lighter than the traditional quilting grade. But....it's not 100% apparel grade either! I've been sewing bedding and quilts all week, and it's amazing to home dec, quilt and apparel with. My, my, my. I'm in love. So wow! Here it all is! As you are reading this, I'm standing in front of my Quilt Market booth with a high waisted skirt in the navy anchor fabric, and a sea flower peter pan collar. I adore that this collection is suitable enough for the older folk like me:) I am running out of time, as my fingers are itching to finish up projects and get to Quilt Market! Can I show you more later? There is so much to play with, and I wish I had time for all my ideas! So, wish me luck at Quilt Market!! I'll be thinking of all of you back home seeing this for the first time! It's always such a weird feeling to hit "Publish" on a post like this....hoping that a year's worth of color and design that has been stewing in my head is something you can get to know and love too! More to share soon! I want to dive in deep with you all and show you how much fun I've been having with this fabric. Love and hugs!! xoxo sarah jane And PS: because I know you will ask, this fabric will be in stores come Aug 1. Scheduling fabric releases is a very huge process, and there is so much time involved. But I'm going to be sharing tours of ideas (more on this later) to help you get ideas for what you can do with this collection so you are ready when it is available!
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