new site in developoment

And this time it’s mine! at long last…. get ready for a new look! Here’s a sneak preview:

A Sweet New Year!

In time for Rosh Hashana – the Jewish new year, a new design for a Rosh Hashana greeting card. Nothing like apples, honey, and a shofar blast to start the new year! Sweet nourishment, and then the shofar — calling for awakening, reflection, and spiritual regeneration.

To order cards, email cards@4wdesign.com.

how to celebrate a woman’s birthday, mothers day….

This card’s fresh from the press… ready to sell in stores and online! The definitive guide to how to celebrate a woman’s birthday, mother’s day, anniversary, or other special event… finally!

It’s the first in a line of self-help greeting cards. Will link to online cardstore as soon as it’s ready. Stay tuned!

draidls, caneidls, and latkes, oh my!

Time for a Chanukah post – the holiday starts tonight! Better get cracking on a new design. Ideas, anyone? Latke-land? Light in the darkness? Draidl draidl draidl? Stay tuned. In the meantime, I’ll post this special Chanukah zebra that a friend had forwarded to me.

And here we go: my Grandmother’s Latke recipe, on my Chanukah […]

the sound of the shofar – le’shona tova

May the blast of the shofar bring with it a calling to consciousness, and a sense of cleansing, purifying, cleaning out – a readiness to move forward into the fresh new year.

Shana – Year – is related to the Hebrew word for change.
Chodesh – the word for month – is related to the Hebrew word […]

a flourishing new year!

matzah, anyone?

How is it possible that Passover is upon us already?

I created these Passover illustrations for some greeting cards a while back. Matzah does make for some fun doodling. Surprisingly.

le’shona tova tikatevu vetechatemu

shavuot – a new graphic for this holiday, while I work on some Judaica designs

animated greeting cards, aka fun with flash

I enjoy creating animated greeting cards using Flash, for example,
this Rosh Hashana card.

and this Chanukah card….

and this, an attempt at vehicle beautification, but I couldn’t convince David Donohue, the owner of this bio-diesel-run van to let me paint the bare white walls with these bright flowers.