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February 23, 2009

Version 3.1

Version 3.1 catalogue

A look back at some ol’ marketing materials…
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October 21, 2008

Version 3, Version 3.1

Blend of 3 and 3.1

Lace
Dark Bushes from Version 3 + Light Lace from Version 3.1 = image above.

I don’t always want to pick a side.

October 15, 2008

Version 3.1

Every wallet is SOLD OUT (except Fish and Fur).

Steve Steckly

Fish and Fur is the only wallet we have left in stock- everything else is SOLD OUT and is no longer available. I reckon you best pick one of these Furry and Fishy beauties up before they are all gone too… and only $15 while supplies last!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tomorrow morning, I am having coffee with Steve Steckly who took the photos above and below. I always look forward to getting together with him… he always makes for good conversation. He always makes for good photos.

BUY HIS WALLET NOW

Steve Steckly

Steve Steckly

Steve Steckly

The word of the day is animalcule.

September 23, 2008

Version 3.1

Discounts on Lace.

Lace Wallet
A while back I was shopping at Value Village and I came across this disheveled rack of pretty white lace. I picked a few bargain-bin tablecloths up and I ended up turning a certain cross section (of one) into this wallet. Now, if I pull this wallet out at dinner, and place it atop my new lace tablecloth, I will have achieved a bit of a camouflaged relationship never before seen between wallet and table. I wish I would have picked up the red/blue sweatsuit too while I had the chance… but I didn’t and I will always regret that. Just the lace will have to do.

And our Lace wallet is now only $20.

September 22, 2008

Version 3.1

Color Variance.

Printing wallets is a bit tricky and quality control is a full time job. Several variables must be taken into consideration including surface texture, durability of print, degree of resolution and the almighty notion of color matching. Now, I’m no expert on printing/photo terminology… all’s I know is what I like and what I don’t like and I don’t know the difference between hues and tones and blah blah blah… all’s I want is consistency. Below are some examples of printing variance we experienced during the development of Version 3.1:
Wallet
One Dammasch wallet is darker than another.
Wallets
Some hearts are gray and some are red.

August 13, 2008

Version 3.1

Striped and Walking Dizzy.

Walking Portland
Yours truly wishes things were more definitive right now. Definitive as stripes. Instead, lines are blurred, paths are crossed and misfiring is commonplace. I am scattered like a shotgun blast and I’ve quickly come to realize that writing it down no longer means it will be done. Some things you just can’t force. It is going to require much more than that and perhaps I don’t have any more. At least that was the thought running through my head last night as I walked around NW Portland… it was dark, it was late, and the pavement felt extra hard beneath my feet.

July 31, 2008

Version 3.1

Items We/I Carry.

Wallet
The other day, Mr. Diggles forwarded me a link to a post he’d found on the JPG Magazine website. I thought it was a pretty neat concept (and one I’d like to get involved with)…i.e. what do people carry everyday? In response, I took the image above in my apartment last night. Everyday it seems I carry (3) things…1. my keys 2. my Adult Chores wallet and 3. multiple manila folders crammed full of random papers (and an ultra fine tip Sharpie marker).

July 29, 2008

Version 3.1

Mower.

Lawn Mower
Me got a new lawn mower yesterday. It is time to cut some grass y’all…

July 23, 2008

Version 3.1

Be Careful When You’re Down There.

Sea Creatures
It’s always a good Time to Swim for this gang of monsters (I drew about 20 years ago).

July 17, 2008

Version 3.1

Scaling Back.

Scaling Back
Sometimes, reality trumps vision. By way of example: we had plans to launch multiple product line extensions this year (as my early 2008 brainstorm on the white board suggests). But, as reality would have it, time and money are not bottomless and thus, our plans have been scaled back accordingly. Which is ok. And even if time and money do choose to run out, my goal is to keep the vision of db clay quite the opposite…infinite. It will not stop me from schemings ambitious lists nor paving a glorious road for the future.

Garett Croft Stenson

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