I came across some old silk Metallica wall-hangings I had in storage, and decided to have a go at wrapping the back cushions for my Sparco Evos. I wrapped the driver-side cushion with a Pushead piece. It was the only one I didn’t mind slicing up, because I couldn’t stand the (newer sans-serif) Metallica logo on it. Because I didn’t want to cut up any of my other Pushead wall-hangings, the passenger-side wound up with the electric chair from Ride the Lightning.
My Creative Suite Pillows finally arrived! I think I ordered these back in May… and the response to them has been such that they were VERY backed up in production. The quality is awesome, and they were definitely worth the wait. I’m sure when I stop spending my couch money on camera equipment that these pillows will feel right at home.
After years of standing my ground and NOT joining the Twitter craze. I’ve finally caved. Over the past few years I’ve grown a distaste for social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, etc. I just don’t seem to care about being accessible online as much anymore… aside from my own li’l corner of the internet right here. As time marches on, social networking sites seem more of an annoyance to me than anything – not to mention there always seems to be a ‘new’ and ‘better’ networking site coming down the pipe. In the past six months… countless designers, developers, and creatives have all been telling me about gigs they’ve landed via Twitter. Until now, it hasn’t really hit home for me. With the economy sucking so hard in Atlanta, and my need to pick up more freelance work – it looks like Twitter it is. I figure if it gets my work in front of one more prospective client, than it is worth it. I don’t plan on going crazy with updates about the most minute details of my life. I want to keep things pretty profesh in that aspect.If you’re interested in seeing screenshots of stuff I’m working on… by all means – follow me on Twitter