Monthly Archives: December 2009

Christmas 2002

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Christmas 1996

This was the Christmas card for 1996. Tina and I got married that October and we honeymooned in Las Vegas which we thought would be kitschy fun, but was really depressing. We were happy to be married, but Vegas is … Continue reading

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Monkey & Bird Wait for Waiters

Monkey & Bird continue to wait at the ritziest restaurant in the jungle! …and wait. …and wait. Head on over to CO2 Comics and order up a slice of Monkey Business! While you’re there, be sure to take a look … Continue reading

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Christmas 2001

Christmas in Connecticut. This Santa had real reindeer!

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Santa’s Startling Confession

This was my Christmas card from 1995 when the airwaves were filled with the likes of Jerry, Sally, Leeza, Maurie, etc. and their carnival of guests who would gleefully bare their wretched souls to hooting and hollering audiences. This was … Continue reading

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Christmas 2000

At Strawbridge and Clothier.

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Christmas 1998

Another Christmas card from Tina. This one has a Santa Claus Conquers The Martians feel to it without the Martians.

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This Looks Like a Job for HandyMan!!!

This was a thank you card that I made my Dad who I swear could fix anything. Tina and I bought an old row house in South Philly and decided not to stand in my Father’s way when he wanted … Continue reading

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Christmas 1997

Early digital collage from Tina Garceau. We got our first Mac in 1997. It was a 7300 which seems rinky-dink particularly by today’s standards but was a very serviceable production machine back then. We also got a scanner and a … Continue reading

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