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Neck Ties: A Brief History

Neck Ties a Brief History

The next fashion book is nearly ready to be launched. ‘Neck Ties: A Brief History,’ is taking the momentum from The Fashion Synopsis Booklet and translating it into a comprehensive experience of illustration, fashion and history.

‘Neck Ties: A Brief History’ is a mini-sized, super-packed, brief history of neck ties with a sharp focus on men’s fashion and illustration. At 2″ x 2.75″ and 16 pages the read is not long and arduous but intense and glorious.

Completely artisan from the original illustrations featured, to the hand-crafted design of each and every book shipped.

Anyone interested in fashion and intrigued by its history will appreciate the care taken in choosing this special and informative book.

Pre-Order $10

click the image to pre-order

Taking Pre-Orders now! (pre-order now)
Book launch and pre-order ship date: May 1, 2013.

Only 15 pre-order books available at $10, plus a free little gift (shipped by May 1)
After April 30 (or after the first 15) the price increases to $16.

The Give Away

Enter to get one of 10 highly coveted ‘Neck Ties: A Brief History’ books for free!

To be entered into the drawing for your free ‘Neck Ties: A Brief History’ book just

1. share this blog post or one of the images on your favorite social network (twitter, instagram, tumblr, Pinterest, WordPress or Facebook)

2. tag sunflowerman (so I can track who will be entered  into the drawing)

3. and wait for the announcement May 1st.

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Redeemed Book! and the Dapper Lou…

I had some pages that fell out of a book I was reading and decided to have some fun with them instead of tossing them. It’s one of the few times that saving useless junk came in handy. These pages can no longer be lumped in the same useless category as the slabs of dried acrylic paint in my drawer, or the oddly shaped scraps of paper cut from old projects, or the plastic scraps from the used, dried masking fluid. No, these pages have been redeemed!

And special thanks again to the Dapper Lou. I was perusing the site again and found endless inspiration for sketching.

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