Thursday, August 2, 2007

Chris showed up as a "guest blogger" on a number of designer/collector/dealer sites this week. In each, Chris touched on such topics as Inspiration, odd collections, his upcoming book "Crack Heads", his alt-country style and tattoos.

Check them out at:

The blog of Patty Van Dorin. Patty provided the great shot of the rusted Texas farm license plate, used in this months header.

Rebecca Sower's "OUT OF HAND" designer blog

Theresa Cano's dealer blog

Big Urban Prairie fan, Jenny Roesner's prairie blog.

Look for more guest spots in the coming weeks. Stay blogged-in.


Garden_Antqs said...

Chris, it was really interesting to look at everyone else's blog and see the creative talent of how they've put together your post. Very interesting! Check out my new post, I've incluced a picture of some things that might interest you in Judy Hill's space. Theresa

patty van dorin said...

Hey that Texas plate looks great!!!!!!!

kansasrose said...

Your Texas plate banner rocks! My grandpa George kept all of his license plates for years and hung them on his garage wall. I thought it was so cool. Wish I had kept them all when he passed on 30 years ago.

BonnieRose said...

loveit when bloggers unite. way to go dude!

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