New graphics/tweaks on the site - Store coming soon!

Hey music people! You may notice some new art going up on my branded pages. I wanted to take some time to recognise someone who has really helped me feel confident in my image and my online presence. I love the sexy new look, and I think you will too!

Elsa Petersen and I knew each other in high school. We marched on the bassline together at The Woodlands back in 2004. Even back then, Elsa was someone who always seemed to carry a breeze with her when she entered the room. I understand that sounds super cheesy, but it's actually been corroborated!

At any rate, we didn't talk much after high school until we ran into one another at Market Street here in the Woodlands and caught up a little bit. She gave me her business card and I was blown away at how cool and hip her work was. It wasn't until recently that I decided to launch my own brand, but I knew that when I DID, I wanted to work with Elsa.

I'd post images here, but what she's created for me is all over my site already. Her other work is also badass, but I want you to visit her site and go to her instead of just scrolling past her work on here. If you're in need of a graphic designer, and you want to work with someone who is professional, talented, motivated, and an overall lovely person, PLEASE call Elsa. I'm likely going to go on about how awesome these logos are for some time!

My next big project is going to be a store. Right now, I plan to have two or three shirts, several sticker designs, and some other smaller things featuring Elsa's art. If you have any suggestions of things you'd like to see (read, things you'd actually buy!), please let me know. I will also soon be adding a donate button specifically pointed to the podcast. I've totally fallen in love with the medium! Podcast gear costs money though. I also would love to offset the cost of paying talented folks like Elsa who really help it be what it can be. Though podcasts are free, merch sales and donations help eliminate the extra stress of footing the entirety of the bill out of my own pocket. If you like what you see and hear, please consider donating to the cause! I'll post more about that once I get all the kinks worked out, but in the meantime, feel free to let me know what you think about those ideas.