Although you can’t judge a book by its cover, a good cover certainly leaves a lasting impression.Therefore, when designer Emy Storey of directs the visual presentation of musicians such as Tegan and Sara or Melissa Ferrick, she understands that an unforgettable album cover or website is crucial for success. “I’m standing in the bathroom right now with a towel over my head,” she said. “It sounds like they are trying to break through bathroom tiles or something.” A sound that could only be described as Godzilla learning how to play the drums came across the phone line.But as a socially conscious artist, she is also aware that a clever design can be a powerful tool in the promotion of a political movement.Storey elaborates on her appetency for justice and textures, her forays into fashion and book design and her intimate connection to music. I would probably describe my style as multi-media craft-graphics.
No, I really didn’t, but I couldn’t be happier with this path.
“I have a horrible headache, so I just need coffee and like nine Tylenol and I’ll be fine.” After a couple of hours, some coffee, and an undisclosed amount of over-the-counter painkillers, Sara and her sister Tegan were at a mall in Winnipeg searching for food.
It, apparently, had not been her morning, with a radio spot that went long and technical difficulties during a sound check at the venue where they would perform that evening.
A XXAXAJLXX THE NINE MEN WHOSE LABORS IN THE DEVELOP- MENT OF NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HAVE BEEN, PERHAPS, CONTROLLING AN INSTITUTION IS THE LENGTHENED SHADOW OF ONE MAN — Ralph Waldo Emerson JAMES DE PEYSTER OGDEN First President V Elected President of Nautilus Mutual Life Insurance Company in April 1845.
Once re-elected serving two years President of the Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, 1842-1845 inclusive Presided over the great Union Meeting at Cooper Union, New York, in January, 1861 X^ AARON M.