Nice Things: A Mission Statement

Nice Things

A Mission Statement is defined as “a formal summary of the aims and values of a company, organization, or individual”.  Any company, organization or individual worth their weight in shit has a Mission Statement.  It’s often a good indicator of the direction and professionalism of an organization.  Take a look at Warby Parker’s:  To offer designer eyewear at a revolutionary price, while leading the way for socially-conscious businesses.  Isn’t that nice?  I’d definitely give Warby Parker my business.  In fact, the bespectacled goblin who’s typing these words is seeing the world through a pair of Warby Parker frames. Another satisfied customer.  

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As someone who is almost entirely rudderless, I admire an organization with the plums to make a formal proclamation of values and direction.  The problem with these grand statements is that they often over promise and under deliver.  Warby Parker fancies itself as a “socially-conscious” business, but…

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Summer Class…



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OMG!!! New Website…

Yes! New website and cards coming. Much easier to maintain.

More to come so stay tuned…

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Last Day at ESKFF…


Donated to #ESKFF. One is going into their collection, the other is to be auctioned.

Right now I’m going through withdrawal. Loved being at the residency and MANA.

Prints are available of all 13 paintings.

Lot’s to do!! New website coming along with Greetings.

Stay tuned for more.

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Closing Reception Revisited…

Here we are at the closing reception at the ESKFF Residency. It got a lot more crowded as the evening went on. Some of my guests include: Blonde Jenny (now with blue hair), Milos, Paul Dennison, Rebecca Graves, Sandy DeSando, Dan Frohwirth, Emi, Fermin Mendoza, and thanks to everyone else whose photos I didn’t snap. We had a great time and special thanks to Gina and Eileen Kaminsky. Dinosaur drawing will most probably be left undone. I like it the way it is. May be a whole new direction, but who knows.

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Closing Reception…

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More Shameless Self Promotion…

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