I was having fun with one of my favorite pics this weekend. This image of some old piles in downtown Dillingham lend themselve to funky designs. Here is a polar panorama featuring the old pier's pilings.
I was pleased to see this weekend that Zazzle added a feature where you can have the left shoe printed as an exact copy of the right. What this means for us budding shoe designers that enjoy creating name designs is that we can upload our own images with text and that image won't be mirrored onto the left shoe. So, Cleo, can enjoy these shoes knowing people won't think her name is oelc (can't type mirrored).
Someone on Zazzle.com bought a pair of these Keds Shoes last night. They're among my favorite (that I've designed) and I want a pair myself, but there is one problem. I've got wide feet and I want to make sure they would be comfortable before buying them online. I need to try some on, but I am not the best shopper here in the "real world". I talk myself out of going to stores until the threads are unraveling and my pants are falling off. So it has been really easy to talk myself out of going to a store just to try on shoes I plan to buy later. I spend plenty of money on-line, because I don't do stores well. I have a knack for finding the most perfume-laden shopper in the store and having a violent allergic reacton to the toxins they're sloughing-off in the environment. That seldom happens when I'm at home shopping on-line!