Monday, September 19, 2011


    noun /ˌsiNGkrəˈnisitē/ 
    1. The simultaneous occurrence of events that appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection
      • - such synchronicity is quite staggering

This might be my most illustrative moment of synchronicity ever, and evermore.  And it was a Shepard Fairey moment :)  

Wonderful new clients showed up with excellent things, among them 3 Shepard Fairey signed 18 x 24 silkscreens.

We made all the decisions for framing:  black frames with subtle red accents, the art to float on a neutral color mat, spacers, and uv glass.

AT THAT VERY MOMENT another new client came in with a Shepard Fairey signed 18 x 24 silkscreen.  This time the image is of George Harrison.  The clients actually interacted with each other.  Crazy, right?  And you know what else is weird?  I have never framed any Shepard Fairey images before except for his famous Obama posters (of which I framed many).  

George got a similar treatment:  black frame with subtle red accents, the art floating on a neutral color mat, spacers, and uv glass.  However we went with a different frame style.  I have this sweet daisy embellished frame, very India-influenced, that seemed the perfect touch here with the print's border.

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