Sarah Neuburger of The Small Object in Decatur, Georgia is one of those rare talents. Her work, to me, is always off the charts fantastic. You may know her work from her adorable stamps or amazing custom wedding toppers...or my Sweet Spots papers. I hadn't been to her site in a little while, so when I checked it out last night, I realized what I must blog about today...
Her collection of new prints are super fun and clever. Hairstyles of the People is a homage to vintage barber shops. If you look closely you'll see that every hairstyle is actually a person in repose atop each head. Atlanta on Fire is a snapshot of the city using matchbook designs, both new and old. How brilliant is that?
And now, for all the dog lovers out there...Sarah's United States of Dogs print is a map of the US with a dog that best represents each state- either officially or unofficially. Louisiana has the French Bulldog, Alabama is represented by the Flat Coated Retriever while Florida dons the Pomeranian. Perfect.
Cats of Atlanta is one of my favorite prints of Sarah's. I love her substitution of neighborhood names for cat names- like Purrietta for Marietta, Meowtown for Midtown and Clawnings for Vinings. The Early Bird Hostel has my heart as I've been doing some birdwatching as of late. In this print, Sarah illustrates what some birds may be up to if they were staying at a hostel. Sarah's prints start at just $20. See them all, here.