We’re delighted to announce that we have (finally!) launched the Postcards section of our web site! It’s a small collection, which will soon be growing, of some of the art images from our travels from the past few years. We hope you enjoy them.

Looking to decorate your home with art, perhaps from some of these images? We have created an online gallery where you can choose your favorite images and purchase them directly at sizes perfect for any wall. All images will be hand-printed as a Giclée print on fine art watercolor paper, similar to what you might find hanging in a museum.

And the best part? All proceeds from the sale of these images will go directly to charity. And if you choose your favorites now, before January 21, you can select a bonus 8×12 fine art print of an image of your choice, free. Here is a sneak peek of a few images you’ll find on our gallery:

Tepoztlan, Mexico, February 2005


Austin, Texas, April 2004


New Orleans, Louisiana, May 2004


Oahu, Hawaii, January 2006


2009 Calendars Available

As an added bonus, we have a *very* limited supply of custom-made 2009 calendars. Using a few of our favorite images from the Postcards section on our site, we had uber-talented graphic designer (and wedding invitation creator for Marcie & Garret’s beautiful wedding this past April) Blake Hanick of Lilywillow Press design these for us. The calendars are available at a reduced rate via the online gallery above, and here is a direct link to them should you wish to purchase one directly. As with the art prints, all proceeds for the sale of the calendars will go to charity, and you can choose your favorite from a list. Each calendar comes in a tin for shipping and storage purposes, but we’re pretty sure you won’t want to hide your Postcards calendar in there!

The calendars come in two varieties: Standard, which is shown below, and Good Karma which, physically, is identical to the Standard version but with your extra donation you get some good karma to go along with having a fantastic calendar. We hope you enjoy them, and be sure to snag one before they’re all gone. Enjoy!






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  1. this is soooo awesome! we love love loved your calendar!

    we’re going to get an art print too… as you probably remember our house was lacking in beautiful art work (just like the shoemakers kid never having shoes) …

    our favorite piece of art though is your picture of Kaiden and us at the laundry mat … can’t tell you how many people have said they wished they had a family photo like that! 🙂

    katrina + andrew

  2. Darlene

    I LOVE this idea! Good for you for doing something and giving back, that’s what it’s all about.

    This is what I did with my calendars from last year:


    This is my whole trip:

    Good talking to you Bill!

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