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Here's a project my sister and I worked on for our dear friend Emmy Woosley back in our old hometown of Bowling Green, KY. The running gag in her family is that wherever they travel on family vacation, their loving mother has to let everyone know they're from KY, thus the poster showing the "Traveling Woosleys" (cue The Traveling Wilburys' "End of The Line") tooling all over God's green Earth as their mother mingles with the natives. Jen did the majority of the panels, but I was responsible for Vegas.
This was Jen and I's first official HOODZPAH project. HOODZPAH is basically our design powers combined for world domination. We started realizing, now that we don't work together anymore, that we are so much stronger together than apart. Sounds like a U2 or Bob Marley song doesn't it?
Dressember is still going strong despite the monsoon that has hit Southern California. All of the hardcore girls participating in North Dakota and Minnesota (who have been braving ice, rain, snow and blizzard without sacrificing an ounce of fashion despite) are probably laughing at us silly California Girls (don't cue Katy Perry's "California Girls"... DON'T) who are now finally experiencing some real December weather. I must say it makes it much harder to find something that is at once á la mode and torrential-rain-proof. So, a firm handshakes to all you Dressember participants braving the harsher elements. This is what makes women out of girls.
Listening to: Bright Eyes' "Old Soul Song (For The New World Order)"