Like the original mix, but I can’t find it on YouTube.
JULY 17, 2014 ORGANIZATIONAL HIATUS UPDATE: Unfortunately, I have not found any artists to work with that have stayed on through the completion of a project. No artists are currently signed on. Though I’m always on the search for new aspiring up-and-coming artists to work with, I am taking a hiatus. I recently relocated to the Boston Area for the summer with the intention of finding a day job to make my stay permanent. I am focusing on that and once I am a little more settled, I will return to trying to make Cartwheel Group 3 Comics successful full force. Any interested artists can still contact me via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Today I had another temp agency appointment. This time, I’m combining different details in my shirt and my pants. My pants are tan, so they are a neutral. The shirt can be any color, print, pattern, or design because of this. I went with a multi-colored plaid with oranges, greens, and blues. The pant has an ingrained line into it (not sure you can see it in the photo). So, I’m combining the plaid in the shirt with the lines in the pants. This is what I mean by “detail combo.” Two distinct, unique details that can work together. Paired it with white t underneath and watch, skinny belt with silver square buckle, dress socks, and patton leather shoes (all black).
urban cool style 7/16/14: military chic business casual look
Military green short-sleeve button-up collared shirt with white t-shirt underneath, black chinos, black skinny belt with square silver buckle, black dress socks, patton leather lace-up dress shoes, and black watch. Don’t wear this to an interview, but, definitely, add it to your wardrobe choices, once you get the job! It could be a little dressed up alternative for Dress Down Friday or any work day of the week.
A couple of my urban cool style looks from a few months ago. Red bandana to make a grey thermal and jeans pop and an all over brown look with hat, jumpsuit, and rain boots. Silver rings and black watch as accessories.
Throwback Thursday #TT or Flashback Friday #FF — This was the flyer for the first official offline event for my online pop music blog. You can see the use of a version of the logo I shared a couple of weeks ago. It featured two talented local Austin artists — Lisa Marshall and Phil Dutra. I was branding the event as “pop show.” The idea was to do it regularly with different artists whether that was quarterly, monthly, or on some sort of a schedule. This one was the only one that came to fruition.