A classic, revisited. Is Houndstooth, the new Chevron?
Opulent and luminescent, agate's soothing swirls balance and inspire.
Tempered brilliance beams rich and warm from weathered, oxidized metals.
Elegant and composed, a forest in bloom whispers enchantment. Petals kissing cheeks.
A kinetic expression of ink against paper, the orchestration frozen in climactic forte.
Chaotic and colorful yet delightfully zen. Playful abstractionism kindles the imagination.
Light as it is dark, bold yet sophisticated, whimsical while serious.
"As the poet said, "only God can make a tree," probably because it's so hard to figure out how to get the bark on."
- Woody Allen