Category Archives: Holiday

Holiday Cards

I almost forgot to post these holiday cards up! The Thanksgiving one is really cute and funny. I can picture one for Christmas (probably has been done before), of a highway full of bumper-to-bumper cars with Christmas trees strapped to all the tops. I just love the deer silhouette design with its serene setting.

As an aside, I was just curious why many people don’t usually send out Thanksgiving cards as much as they do for Christmas or New Year’s?

Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman Unveiled

This year’s windows at BG are breath-taking =). Reminds me of Gene Moore, who used to dress the windows at Tiffany’s. I love Christmas even if it has become somewhat commercialized. Holiday beauty is everywhere, whether in those small communities who take pride in decorating their main strip or gracing the windows of these shopping giants… Macys, Saks, Neiman Marcus, BG….. I hope everyone will have a very happy holiday season this year!

*Photocredit: Bergdorf Goodman

“Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Holiday are all beautifully celebrated in this holiday season’s windows. Artful scene that invite you to go on a year-round journey with Bergdorf Goodman. Utilizing a range of imagery all done in an ethereal white-on-white scheme, each window draws inspiration from natural history museum dioramas to create a blend of natural wonders and opulent BG splendors.” ~BG

Artist Adolf Dehn

I was looking to purchase holiday cards entitled “Avian Holiday” by Adolf Dehn. I think I missed out on the boxed card sale already and can’t find it anywhere =(. Oh well, I deserve this for waiting too long. I did a little research on this artist and instantly fell in love with his work…

“Adolf Dehn (1895-1968) was one of the most notable lithographers of the 20th century. Throughout his artistic career, Dehn participated in and helped define some important movements in American art, including Regionalism, Social Realism, and caricature. He was known for both his technical skills and his high-spirited, droll depictions of human foibles.”