I got a stamp made of the return address for Cyan's announcement. Using a stamp was more cost effective then getting envelopes printed. Plus I wanted something to address other outgoing mail other than the announcements.
over 1 year ago
Thats a good lookin' family!
Looks like you had to shave for the stamp. :)
The organic quality this has added to your precise vector portraits is just awesome. Custom rubber stamps are certainly the way to go for return address on envelopes. Now I have to dig one up I did a while back. I hope I can find it!
Man that's awesome. You live a couple miles from my Grandma's house!
I KNOW WHERE YOU LIVE
Really really nice work. Stamps FTW! :)
This is great! Mind sharing where you got the stamp?
@Nick Chaves I use a small local shop called A-Mark http://amarkstamp.com/. They do a great job and usually get stuff turned around in 24 hours.
you should update when cyan is older!
Ha, this is great. Nice job giving the most visual weight to your lady. I imagine you guys will be together for a long time. ;-)
WHY DID YOU POST YOUR ADDRESS ON THE INTERNET?!
This is killer man. Love the illustrations, and I am always a sucker for using stamps on print. Nice work
I see you aren't sleeping.. at all.
Congrats man! would love to see you up in denver for the design pro meetup and actually meet you
amazing idea and execution!! love this!
@Nick Sloggett I definitely have to get up there soon!
Such a nice idea! Looks great.
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