A smile a day keeps the demons awayWritten by Stephen Hill
I like to be around positive people, people who tend to be happy, who look on bright side of life. Far too many people walk around in what seems like a depressed state. Come on people, it costs nothing to smile.
I must admit, I used to be one of ones who walked around in a depressed state. I had many things on my mind, many things I was not happy with, I used to feel so sorry for myself. Even when I write about it now, I laugh about how pathetic I used to be.
Things were about to change however. At time a new employee joined company where I worked, his name was Stuart. Now this may seem cruel but Stuart did not have a lot going for him. I won't go into details but lets just say I did not feel jealous of his life. I became quite good friends with Stuart and
Printing on CanvasWritten by Fabio Braghi
Given progress in inkjet and media technology, demand for printing photographs and art on canvas is growing exponentially. Whether you have a good inkjet printer or you prefer to have your work done by a professional outfit, it is worth to explore this option for any type of image. We constantly receive requests from wedding and portrait photographers who want to print large canvas for their clients.
Artists regularly order limited edition prints on canvas and watercolor papers to sell to collectors. These reproductions usually are signed and are accompanied by a COA (Certificate of authenticity). Buyers are very receptive to purchasing canvas prints they can hang up without a protective glass, without worrying about scratches and water damage.
The texture of a fine art canvas is unparalleled in beauty; a protective coating is applied on top to give substrate a matte, lustre or glossy look. If you prefer to experiment with this material to see results, canvas sheets are available at many stores that carry inkjet products.
The differences between a home desktop printer