“The Fading Fair” by Paul Hornschemeier
“The Fading Fair” is a six-color boardwalk-inspired screen print designed by illustrator and cartoonist Paul Hornschemeier. The artwork was printed on an archival, environmentally-friendly natural white 260gsm print making paper by Providence’s The Head Light Hotel.
$10 dollars from each print sold will be donated to the American Red Cross’ ongoing Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
CHRISTINE ZONA - SAVE THE JERSEY SHORE
“A couple of years ago I started a photography project about the Jersey Shore. I did it to restore the innocence of it to the masses. I wanted people to view it as I did as a kid. I thought this project would go on for years. So much so that I bought an entire case of expired Polaroid film to dedicate to this project. Little did I know that the shore would be taken from me. My memories and my youth washed away by Sandy. The photos that I took have now become my most prized possession.
It is important to me that I help the people and the places that have shaped me into who I am today. That’s why I am putting prints of my Polaroid series up for sale. 100% of the profits will go towards two charities to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Every print sale generates $3-4 profit and all other product sales generate an additional $4-5 profit.”
Day Three Hundred and Thirty Eight on Flickr.
Today was the perfect day to go to the beach but we skipped the beach and just walked along the boardwalk in Seaside Heights instead. Kevin and I met up with my family and we had a good time. We even got on the Himalaya and the Gravitron (my favorite rides).
Taken with Instagram at Seaside Heights Boardwalk
the blurry birthday boy on Flickr.
Day Three Hundred and Thirty on Flickr.
Today was Kevin’s 25th Birthday. We had plans to hang with some friends in Philly but we had to reschedule. We ended up going out for lunch with his family. Then he and I finished the night off in Pt. Pleasant eating zeppoles and enjoying the scenery
Saturdays Surf NYC | Boardwalk Table
Uhuru, a Brooklyn-based furniture design company dedicated to sustainability and local craftsmanship. The new Coney Island Line is crafted from reclaimed wood taken from the demolished iconic boardwalk.
Boardwalk Snacks Silver Chain Bracelet (via Sugar Fix Jewelry)
* (via Dunny)