Monday, March 29, 2010

Fantastic Mr. Fox ♥

How awesome would it be to work on a movie like this making all the little things? I would love a job like that! Fantastic Mr. Fox is now available on DVD, if you haven't seen it already I highly recommend watching it.

Illustration Friday - "Rescue"

Uh-oh, fire at the mushroom condos. Good thing Sammy Snail and Bobby Butterfly from the Terreopolis Fire Battalion were close by.


Saturday, March 27, 2010

8 hours later...

I finally finished uploading all the sweaters!

Shop update today!

I will try to have all the Timmie knits up in the shop at 2pm Eastern time.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

I said I would spare you, but I lied.

Part C for the theme "expired"
Part C for the theme "Expired".

Maybe too sad / serious? What do you think?

Ok, I will get back to making miniature sweaters. I think I will be uploading the Timmie knitwear collection this Saturday at Noon.


expired milk

expired milk, originally uploaded by m patrizio.

Part B for illustration Friday's theme "Expired". I have an idea for part C but I will spare you, for now. It involves an orange juice cop and a bowl of cereal.

I think it's funny how the yogurt came out kinda gangsta looking because I added a piece of the tin foil sticking out of the cap. Yo,Yo,Yo,Yogurt!


Monday, March 22, 2010

Illustration Friday- "expired"

Illustration Friday- "expired", originally uploaded by m patrizio.



Sunday, March 21, 2010

Red and white Timmie sweater

Red and white Timmie sweater, originally uploaded by m patrizio.

I'm going to try to have at least 10 Timmie tops (sweater vests, hoodies, and jackets) finished up by the end of the month.

Friday, March 19, 2010


Thursday, March 18, 2010

oh hai!

oh hai!, originally uploaded by m patrizio.

I'm working on some new Timmie sweaters and jackets for the March shop update...

Have you seen this? Great video!

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

St. Patrick's Day homemade sock jig

Sal trying on the socks I made him.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Watch Food, Inc.!

I watched this documentary last night and was thoroughly traumatized with the reality of food production in this country. Watching how animals are genetically modified in labs to grow bigger and faster, fed corn and other junk, and then later being inhumanely slaughtered was truly horrifying. I will definitely be more conscious of where my meat comes from or cutting out meat from my diet all together!

This movie just reinforced how important it is for us to buy organic and from local farmers. I will definitely be paying more attention to my parents & grandparents vegetable garden this Summer so I can learn how to grow my own veggies too.

I highly recommend watching this (very graphic) movie, it has definitely opened my eyes to what is happening in U.S. agriculture.