Rain Drops on Maple Leaf #2, Occold, Suffolk, 2010 Paul Cooklin http://bit.ly/bwWgkB
Rain Drops on Maple Leaf, Occold, Suffolk, 2010 Paul Cooklin http://bit.ly/95SqNi
Grazing Cows, Occold, Suffolk, 2010 Paul Cooklin http://bit.ly/b7xu8d
A familiar trend this year is Craft Punk. In response to new currents in design practice and the present state of the world, Craft Punk is a celebration of tenacious creative expression, unruly experimentation, and brilliantly low-tech design processes. It is characterized as a very real and rich evolution of the green ecological movement - which seems more poignant now than ever as the Gulf of Mexico faces the worst U.S. environmental disaster ever.
Canvas may be a traditional medium, but the designs we apply to it are anything but! By breaking up a single image and applying the sections to multiple canvases, we create unique and beautiful installations. For a more traditional look, any image can be selected from our Stockyard and applied to Canvas at the size of your choice. Visit our Stockyard Collection to start choosing your images today!
Another year, another successful show! We always have a fantastic time at the Hospitality Design Expo and this year was no exception. We love unveiling our new booth design and showing off the new Farmboy T-Shirt. Thanks to everyone who came by, it was great to see so many old friends and meet lots of new ones. Can't wait to do it all again next year! 344 days and counting...
This month's featured Farmboy artist is Jackie Connelly. Jackie specializes in photographing all natural food & beverage, food lifestyle and garden photography for book publishing & editorial, and image banks & stock. She counts gardening, cooking and finding new ways to eat meat-, gluten- and dairy-free as talents.
We asked Farmhand Michael Cadamia, one of our Designers here at Farmboy, to choose one of his favourite images from our Stockyard collection and tell us what he likes about it.
Why do you like it?
This month's Farmboy Podcast mix comes to us from Easton West. Thematically he goes by High Culture Low Class or HCLC for short ("It seems to fit with how I think about things"). HCLC grew up in south Florida living on a mango farm located on a small island in the Gulf of Mexico.
As always, The Stockyard features some of the latest stunning