{announcing} photo prints by anamu

New Prints by Ana Maria Munoz

There was a good reason for my absence yesterday and the result is here…announcing photo prints from yours truly! It’s been a long time coming and I’m so excited to be able to share some of my favorite snaps with you offline. I’ve chosen to work with a photo printing service called Fotomoto where you can order right off my page and they’ll process and ship the prints directly to ya. Since I’m abroad and am often traveling, I found this service to be perfect for making sure that you get your prints in the most timely manner. If the interface is unfamiliar to you, don’t worry, it’s a simple and secure shopping widget/window that you can treat as if it were another tab on your web browser. I’ve used it to test the product and have been really happy with the results.

To celebrate the launch I want to offer three readers a 5x7in print of your choice. Yay free! To get in on this, first check out the shop and then come back to this post and tell me what your favorite print is and where you’d display it (ie home, office, etc). I’ll pick three comments at random next Thursday, November 8 and announce the winners on Friday. Get browsing…or shopping!

Website Note: I intended to launch the shop on a different site but due to a few coding specs beyond my control, I’ve created a shop page through the blog for now. I might or might not have messed with some code in the process so if you are reading this and you see alignment issues on your screen (or anything else out of the ordinary) would you please be so kind and email (link in top sidebar) to let me know? Much appreciated!

pop displays

neon tags

One of the first things I noticed when we moved to Malaysia was the way that some small independent shops display product prices and information. These neon tags are everywhere and they literally make me smile every time I see them. How could they not?! They’re bright, playful, and with great geometric shapes and cartoon-ish hands they’re hard to miss and not appreciate. When I started seeing packs of them for sale at stationary shops I got really excited because I knew that I had to have them. I have no idea what I’m actually going to do with them but I’m quite happy with the collection that has developed. Do you have any ideas for putting these awesome tags to use, functional or as art?