Originally posted on NYC Expeditionist:
About a year and a half ago, Mal and Peter moved to Maryland from NYC. I went from living and spending time with them every day to wondering what my life would be like with my two favorite people so far away. (Coincidentally, my best friend left for a six-month work trip abroad right at the same time. It felt like all my loved ones were fleeing New York at once!)
But clearly, I survived–and I feel like I became a lot more self-sufficient, too. I moved into my own apartment and found that–surprise!–I actually love living alone. I started taking more ballet classes, reconnecting with other friends, taking myself out to dinner, running, writing this blog and, as of late, going to Spanish lessons. And, of course, I made lots and lots of trips down to see Mal and Peter, especially during the summer.
And while I’ve…
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Originally posted on Art Tubes:
David Zinn has been creating original artwork in and around Ann Arbor since 1987, serving all manner of clients from small shops to major municipalities. His artistic style and professional approach are grounded in a desire to communicate concepts clearly, and with a sense of humor where appropriate. David has created posters, business logos, book illustrations, educational cartoons, museum signage, t-shirt designs, murals, greeting cards, environmental superheroes, corporate allegories and hand-painted dump trucks. His artwork has been reproduced in Canada, England, Scotland, South Korea, Japan, and Australia, and can also be found on the inside of dumpsters in Ann Arbor and the outside of buses in Anchorage. [see more]