Friday, January 14, 2011
Thursday, January 13, 2011
I thought the President gave a a very uplifting message in Arizona at the memorial. I just wanted to share this as it definitely moved me. It was the kind of speech (it wasn't a eulogy, right?) that I think we all need to hear just about now.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Traditional African-American colors for all Keds Men's lo-top lovers no matter what color you are. Live life funky! This is my first sneaker design and I think it's pretty cool if I do say so myself. I'm looking to create 11 more designs for 2011. I'm very excited. About this.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
O'Portland T-shirt from Zazzle.com
It's never too early to plan for Saint Patrick's Day! Well, maybe this may be a wee to early, but I figured I'd clue you in to the O'Portland design I have at the Doug E Shirts site at Zazzle (associate link). This design is on a bunch of products. Here's an example:
I created the design when I first moved to Portland, Maine. But I discovered that there's about 16 Portlands in the United States. So this design can work in a lot of places! Please check it out and let me know what you think...
Posted by Doug Edwards at 6:40 PM
Monday, January 10, 2011
Portland, Maine's Largest City bag from Zazzle.com
When I moved to Maine, I first lived in Portland. It's a really cool place that faces the a lot of the same problems as other small cities in the Northeast. I was surprised that, with a population of almost 63,000 (as of 2007), Portland is Maine's largest city.
This design is available on the bag, white tees and aprons. Please take a peek and let me know what you think.
Sunday, January 09, 2011
The Elevator Preservation Blog, started in May 2009, is a great blog for elevator historians and enthusiasts. This is from their About Us page:
"The Elevator Preservation Blog is a unique website that’s dedicated to sharing with you photographs, pictures and information relating to old elevator equipment. The authors who write here have a great passion for old elevators and a passion for preserving the interior looks and features to the time the building/elevator was first constructed."
It's a blog that is run by volunteers (they are always looking for more!) and they hope to provide information that will aid in the repair and preservation of these wonders of the past.