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mom infinite joy personalized art

by Patricia Carlin
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Count Your Blessings

What product do you get when you combine an artistic eight-year-old, a geeky tween, a sporty sophomore, and a mischievous toddler, with a loving and dedicated mom? You get a winning equation for infinite joy!

Illustrator Patricia Carlin finds the perfect formula for the love of family in a vibrant visualization that turns the special bond shared between mother and all of her kids into a charming calculation. Combining artistry and arithmetic, this sweet print extrapolates your adoration for that one-of-a-kind lady in a beautiful and modern way. Add the names of 2 to 6 children represent your family. Designed and made in the USA.

Fine more family equations:
Grandma Infinite Joy
Grandma Exponential Love
Dad Infinite Joy
Grandpa Infinite Joy
Grandpa Exponential Love
Mom Exponential Love

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Item ID
22188
Made from
acid free matboard, durian wood, plexi-glass, archival pigment ink, Epson enhanced matte paper
Measurements
Artwork: 11" H x 14" W. In Frame: 12.75" H x 15.75" W
Notes
Comes ready to hang in black wooden frame with Plexiglass, and incl. care instructions
  • the maker
Patricia Carlin

Patricia Carlin

Patricia started out as an art director in Philadelphia, selling everything from potato chips to financial products. In 2001, a friend wanted help launching a glassware business. Patricia designed and wrote copy for several product lines for the new venture.

When Red Wheel Weiser Conari Press noticed the glassware at a gift show, they saw book potential. With their help, Patricia produced two books: "Glam Girl" and "Geeky Girl".

Patricia has explored many techniques in her illustration, but simple line drawing appeals to her most. "For me paring things down to their simplest essence is always the best way to understand them," she says. "After I had my daughter I rediscovered the power these little sketches have to tell a story. Drawing was a fun way to communicate without language." collection

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