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Coffee and trains | Mar Jefferson Go

Coffee and trains | Mar Jefferson Go

* Remember my ridiculously talented friend Mar Jefferson Go? (I wrote about him here and he created the artwork that we offered to our Typhoon Haiyan donors here.) He posted that coffee painting above on his Facebook page today, and I liked it so much, I 

Connected | Mar Jefferson Go

Connected | Mar Jefferson Go

* I can’t draw. Can’t. And that’s not just modesty. I once sketched an apple, showed it to my son, asked him what it was, and he couldn’t identify it. No kidding — he really didn’t realize it was an apple, and he knows apples. 

A One-of-a-Kind Giveaway to Thank Everyone Who Supported Our Typhoon Haiyan Relief and Rebuilding Efforts

A One-of-a-Kind Giveaway to Thank Everyone Who Supported Our Typhoon Haiyan Relief and Rebuilding Efforts

* As a special thank-you to everyone who supported our Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) relief efforts last year, the awesome Mar Jefferson Go, a brilliant artist/designer/illustrator with whom I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating (and the honor of calling my friend), agreed to create a commemorative 

Brilliance and Darkness

Brilliance and Darkness

* The brilliance of Vincent Van Gogh is palpable in his paintings. Literally: his exuberant brush strokes give his canvasses a rough, passionate texture. This and his often riotous use of color lead many people to believe he was an artist who painted purely on