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The Long Lost Art of Letter Writing

The Long Lost Art of Letter Writing

In this age of social media, text messages and e-cards, a hand-written note is sure to make an unforgettable statement. Real ink on paper. Beautiful art created by real artists—this is the way to re-connect with an old friend or to remind someone how much they mean to you. Invite someone to dinner the old-fashioned way—write them an invitation on a lovely note card hand-addressed on a crisp white envelope. The lucky person who receives your heart-felt message written on a little work of art is likely to cherish it forever as a treasured keepsake. We've made it easy to create your very own 8-piece note card or postcard sets. Now you can...

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Jackson Hole, Grand Tetons, & Yellowstone

Jackson Hole, Grand Tetons, & Yellowstone

Upon arriving in this small city, an overwhelming peace takes over as the gray clouds hang low and mist fills the air. The snow-capped Grand Tetons command silence and awe all at once. But in Jackson Hole, you’re

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Weddings

Weddings

With our art, we strive to create not just cool designs for wall space, but a beautiful way to make memories. We want you to look at our designs and step into that nostalgic reality. We love seeing our art

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Kai Carpenter

Kai Carpenter

Anderson Design Group has always been into early-to-mid 20th Century design and illustration. Founder Joel Anderson enjoys exploring flea markets, antique shops, and vintage book stores wherever classic book and magazine covers, advertising art, posters, and packaging can be found. When Joel creates, he gravitates toward hand-lettering and illustrated art that looks and feels like it was produced in the 1920s, 30s or 40s—in the days when illustration was king. Part of his creative process is collaborating with other talented artists who specialize in particular disciplines.  It's not easy to find like-minded artists who love the early 20th Century aesthetic,...

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A Week of National Park Hopping

A Week of National Park Hopping

As busy creative professionals, we need to slow down, get out of the studio and immerse ourselves in natural beauty from time to time. Cultivating a few moments of beauty each day keeps me centered and creative. But every now and then I hit the wall, and my creativity starts to dwindle. The cure for creative block is a dose of awe and wonder—and the best way to supercharge my creative batteries is to take an adventure into a State Park or a trek to a National Park. As an American, I am so blessed to live in a country...

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