Great bottles! Who knew that liquor bottles come in so many shapes! My Dad was a bartender and so I wish I could say I knew all of them ... you know, like I adopted his bartending genes. My guess is 7. Chambord and 8. Frangelico. That's all for now.
I just checked out the IAR Blog.folio on your favorites links... and I feel like I've hit the Suzanne Buchannan jackpot! Seriously -- I was just thinking to myself the other day how wonerful it would be to be able to see you teach... and lo and behold... voila! Now I can. I seriously am thinking that there is something to this "Ask and it is given" idea... Great blog! Gosh technology has made school a ton more intereresting, accessible and fun!
Joan- It appears as though the bartending genes were inherited. You're right! Also, thank you so much for visiting my students' blogs...your comments mean a whole lot to me!Lynne- Oh...thank you for checking out the IAR blogs as well. I am SO happy with how things are going so far...and hope this will lead to the students having a great portfolio of work when they leave the university. Thank you!
he he, love this one. yep, i've got one of those lists too! i'm sure i've told you before but one of my most fave drawngs of yours (ever) was the EDM 'draw a collection'. yes, it was a while ago, but you never forget a piece of work that knocks you for six do you? that too was bottles. body lotions. brillaint. so yes i agree, you really should design bottles!
hmm im thinking number 8 looks like the aunt jamima syrup bottle! ha.
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