Back in April 2008, I created a masthead for this website that I kind of fell in love with. Can I say that about something I made? Well, I am.
I wanted to do something more with the image, but I wasn't sure what, and then I did all kinds of things like having a life, and then I forgot about it. Then, one day, I got an e-mail from Loralee — who you should check out, by the way, because I said so — and she was wondering if I could turn that masthead into a poster for her new baby. The original masthead was too small for that, so I got to work redrawing it as a much larger piece with my Bamboo tablet, and then I re-fell in love with it. That big red bird with the eyepatch is my cuddlemonkey schnookums.
Aaaaanyway, to make a growing story shorter, the poster turned out well enough that I decided to share it with more than just Loralee and I, and I uploaded it to Imagekind:
You can get the poster in a variety of sizes from 10"x2.3" to 60.0"x13.5", framed or unframed, but I created it to be 48.0"x10.8", which means four whole feet of birdly awesome.
Alternately, I also have notecards available like this and this, which are lovely for parties or just saying Arrrrrr!:
You can still order in time for Christmas, so just click on the appropriate link below to order your Birds On A Wire:
I want a Birds On A Wire wall poster of my chosen size.
I want a set of Birds On A Wire notecards with all the birds on them.
I want a set of Birds On A Wire notecards with only the two birds on them.
My annual panic is setting in, because I have not even started my Christmas shopping yet, so I think a few people might be getting Birds On A Wire. My dad totally needs cute, peepy birds on his wall, right?