On Monday I posted about the super popular vegetable known as ramps. Today, on a leisurely wander through Union Square farmer’s market I came across an abundant amount and of course bought some with the plan to make the risotto I mentioned.


On returning to the studio, a little later then planned, we reviewed the layouts for my new catalog. On May 18th-21st, I am debuting at the National Stationery Show, a wonderfully huge trade show for retailers. We have so much to do with designing the booth, printing all our promotional material and making sure all my new products are sampled.

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The catalog is going to be printed on newsprint paper and will fold out to a nice large format. Here you see notations where things need to be added and moved around.



I’m really excited to see how this is coming along and will keep you updated on the designing of the booth as we get closer.

I’ve also been working alongside Stone Barns Center designing a custom illustration that will appear on tea towels, totes and aprons. A few weeks ago I previewed the farm animals I was sketching and now the tea towel sample has arrived. It’s fun to see how sketch to final screen print looks.

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This collection will be available in the Stone Barns shop on May 3rd in time for the Sheep Shearing Festival.