Mankato Life just posted a profile on Tin Can Valley Printing, covering my work in letterpress printing.
If this is your first visit here, don’t waste your time reading any of the news beyond this post. Seriously. Go poke around in the gallery. I’m slightly better at uploading pictures than writing news posts. But not much.
Everything new is old again.
Logged in to make a few updates to plugins and software.
Created a post just to prove my existence.
I’ve been adding a few pictures, here and there, to the galleries. Mostly old stuff. Not much new. Just old things I’ve forgotten existed.
Vintage tin can prints.
If you’ve been checking in, you’ll notice a few changes and additions, here and there. I log in once-in-a-while and play with some things, or upload a few more pictures while I’m getting a feel for the new layout, but I’m still a long way from home.
Check back, follow me on Facebook, if you want, no pressure. Or look me up on Tumblr. There’s a bunch of pics there, but it’s all more process-type stuff, behind-the-scenes, nitty gritty, tchotchkes, and such.
Maybe you like that kind of thing.
If you’re here, reading this, I just have to warn you that this site is still in progress.
This does not represent the creation of a well-planned and engineered user-experience.
I’m still messing around with everything: layout, typefaces, colors, organization, content, etc.
Keep checking back.
Don’t you just hate websites? I do.
Well, not necessarily from your side of the screen. I love it when I can visit a site on the web, using a computer and either learn something or be entertained.
But from the other end. This is painful.