1144 Chapel St, New Haven, CT
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Beachwood has a look that evokes salt air and seafaring and that suggests a well-weathered wisdom.
The stars have aligned for our collection of Celestial constellations rendered with vintage flair.
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A bountiful, golden harvest, Fields of Plenty is a print that hearkens back to yesteryear with its vintage aesthetic.
Honeycomb celebrates our industrious apian friends, without whom we d have no honey for our apples, and no apples.
Sprig for this cover design, named Parsley more for its color than its particular blend of leaves and flowers.
Pegasus playfully evokes an ancient Greek vase.
A cozy cabin sits nestled among towering trees. A burbling stream winds through the front yard of Redwood Creek.
Some approach trepidatiously while others get carried away. Dogs and Bubbles playfully pairs pets with shimmering soap suds.
A festival of Floridian flora and fauna, Everglades aims to please fans of mangroves, manatees and monarch butterflies in one illustration.
Among the avian kingdom s most spectacular fliers, our Hummingbirds cavort among blossoms bursting with nectar.
Nothing odd about this pod of happy Humpback Whales.
Welcome to the space party!
Majestic Sea Turtles cavort in their coral-scattered paradise.
Sunflowers is a shower of bright blooms bursting with seeds, petals and leaves. The original art was hand-carved into linoleum (a linocut ).
This illustration elevates the Topographical Map to an art form.
Sea creatures galore populate this illustration of vibrant life Under the Sea.
Vintage Bicycles assembles old-school vehicles from the age of the penny-farthing onward.
Wild Garden: A tangled web of abstract vines and flowers.
Airships is a historical swarm of flying machines from dirigibles to propeller planes.
A fraternity of fit and frisky farm animals basks in the morning sunshine of their Barnyard.
Retro tech is how we like to think of the Decomposition Book. It also describes the nesting habits of our avian friends depicted in Bird Song.
All in all, it s a rather pretty design: Brick in the Wall.