Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Scarlett, DamestarBaby number one, and one of our guitar shirts have made it onto the silver screen. The film has yet to be titled, but it is sure to be another glowing achievement from the very talented Melissa Henry Pratt. Three cheers for reciprocal back-scratching.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
We humbly offer this here blog as a forum on which to display your DamestarBabies. They can be anywhere, doing anything: a true testament to the versatility of our products. Plus, it's hard not to grab the camera when they look this cute, so snap away! And if you don't mind a little showing off (we don't either), just send your pictures our way, our e-mail link is on the right. We'll post 'em. It'll be like a who's who of child fashion. Okay, I'll go first.
Mazlyn: on a woodpile in Angwin, CA
Eden: at home in Calistoga, CA
Jasper: on the street in Calistoga, CA
Jack: at a park in New York
I don't think I'll ever get tired of seeing kids wear our designs. (sigh)
Monday, September 10, 2007
Well, not to be outdone is Scarlett, bless her little Sagittarian heart. "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree," is how the saying goes, and the proof is palpable in Scarlett's art. Armed with her mother's natural ability and her father's focus, she's conjured up some masterpieces of her own. Here are some of the most recent, complete with titles:
crayon, age 4
Come on, could the ears and the triangle nose be any more perfect?
Mamacrayon, age 4
Notice the appropriately colored hair and eyes.
Mama and Baby Whales
crayon, age 4
They're spraying water out of their spouts. Precious.
Girl Playing Violin
more crayon, age 4
Amy actually posed for this one, so she could get the placement of the arms right.
Mama on her Wedding Day
pencil this time, age 4
Check out the shading, man, I can't even do that. I love the twirly skirt.
The best, however, I have saved for last. It's in watercolor, which is not an easy medium to work with. Clearly she's been watching mama closely.
watercolor, age 4
The magnum opus. Look at the colors! The shoes! The hair!
Excuse the braggy mom-ness of this post, but this degree of genius just begs to be flaunted.