19 weeks since the launch of my design site, anmar*
So here’s the review in titles of what’s gone up last week.
Titles & images are clickable and will direct you to the specific post.
No comment… #16
Bubbles 15 • Πομφόλυγες 15
Brochure • Calliga Wines • Εντυπο
Poster • Warner Music • Αφίσα
D. Newman: “The Timebound Traveler” • Book Cover
V. Papazoglou: Apanta • album cover • Β. Παπάζογλου: Απαντα
Karré • Logo • Καρρέ
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*ANMAR creative design center came to life in 1994 and it’s the brain child of my father [Anakreon Kanavakis] and me.
Happy Sunday and a beautiful week ahead, everyone.
Thank you for another lovely visit into the world of Amar!
Awwww, thank YOU, dahling for visiting our world and making it brighter!
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I’m ready for her this time!
Are you sure?!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sponges to the front lines!
A ha ha haaaaaaaa…
Was a wonderful week!
Ah, thank you, Dale!
Happy Monday and week ahead!
Thank you, Marina! You as well! 💞
Marina – the calendar for Calliga wines was extraordinary and the Book Cover for The Timebound Traveler reminded me of your 2019 calendar that guided my year 2019. I love following your crow .
Aw, thank you so much, my dearest Rebecca! Our crow is overjoyed to fly with you! Many hugs your way and wishes for a wonderful week ahead!
I love crows, Marina. I meet up with them on the Vancouver Seawall. Thousands of crows gather from all over Vancouver daily, in the early evening, to travel to their roost in Burnaby. There is a lot of chatter and debate, but they are a family. I captured a gathering in a video last year. https://vimeo.com/386840713
That was a beautiful video! I love crows too and I love watching them in the evening and listening to their chatter as they make their way home!
Another week brings us to 19 weeks, which leaves off with nothing to whine about, considering Week 19 covered record and book covers, logos, and a brochure all crafted and presented like fine wine. Week 19 ended with poignant and thoughtful sketches that got the future right.
“Bubbles 15”, the penultimate post of the 19th week, really brought it home to me how Anakreon Kanavakis’ sketches are brilliant examples of apocalyptic literature in images. But unlike most apocalyptic literature that portends the future and gets it wrong, Anakreon Kanavakis’s sketches were pertinent when he drew them, they are pertinent now, and will continue to be the “here and now” for many years to come.
You have the best comments Tim. An excellent observation and analysis!
Thanks, Rebecca. I have to give the credit to Marina and her dad for inspiring comments.
…credit goes to you for your kindness, Tim and taking the time!
Oh, my friend, I can’t thank you enough for your kindness and support.
On my father’s sketches, I wish it was the first kind, that gets it wrong but, as you say it looks like they’re going to be the “here & now” …
A huge thank you from both of us!