The main highlight of the month is the release of Mid Seattle Volume 2. This new volume includes a whole new batch of photos, as well as an index of notes relevant to each building. The cover photo is the home of architect Audrey Van Horne who, along with her husband John Van Horne, built the house in 1953. She was generous enough to let me visit with her for a few hours and take some photos.
This issue was paired with an enamel pin based on the well-known Seattle car wash sign.
Porchlight Slipmats are found online, at Porchlight, and other shops across the US, Canada and Japan. The new design is a spaceman floating in space, surrounded by rockets, spaceships and Earth. Hopefully he won't drift too far.
I also revived an old sketch of Squints from the Sandlot and turned him into a one-color screen print. You can find it for sale over on Etsy.
Lastly, a recap of my favorite photos from January:
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