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August 18, 2009



It looks awesome! I love how the flip side is an off-centered copy in red (for thefutureisred.com) of the front of the card. Can't wait to see the others.


What you chose looks really good. I missed the voting, but I like what you have.


This is fabulous! I haven't been around in awhile, but I can't wait to dig back into your blog.

Leigh Shulman

Thanks, Collete. It's been a while since I designed anything in Photoshop, and I'm glad it all came back to me.

Also, the two sides are actually different photos. Both taken in San Pedro de Atacama but in totally different areas. The front is from Valle de La Luna (where NASA has been known to simulate moon conditions for experiments and to test equipment). The other is from the salt flats in the desert.

The shadow in both as somewhat of a mistake.

Leigh Shulman

I'm curious to know which you would have chosen.

Leigh Shulman

Glad you like it. I'm pretty happy with it. Still waiting for the call to go see the proof, though.

I know what you mean. I've been horribly behind in my blog reading since we've been back in the US. I think the summer is a slowish time too.

Glad to hear from you. I hope all has been going well.


I think it's fabulous! It evokes a familar feeling and yet a bit otherworldly - same as Burning Man. I love happy accidents that end up working out better than you could've planned. I really like how the photo on the back with the copy actually fits. Wonderful job! I can't wait to see the others - any chance you could mail me one of those cards?


Great card! I think it is a perfect fit for Burning Man. Although, I have to say - I was a bit partial to the stone doors, that was really a magnificent photo. Very captivating.

On a related note, I cannot wait to hear about the Burning Man trip. It's been idealized in my head since I read about it back in college, and I look forward to hearing a real account of someone who has actually participated.


It looks great! I really like how the card turned out.


I feel old. I also have a problem with saying 'text' or 'texted', I like to say 'text messaged' because text is not a verb. But it sure is a tongue twister to say my version quickly.

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