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Monday, February 11, 2013

Bronson went to NY fashion week with his design studio, RAPT this past week, and while he was away I buried my nose in a good book [someone remind me to talk about my new book club later!] and put actual clothes on maybe twice. 

It was pretty nice to take a little break from the outside world.

But, I missed that handsome husb of mine... and it doesn't really get any easier with time.
He works so hard and put 100% into anything and everything he does. After getting home at 12 last night he had to be up and out the door at 8. 

I just want to steal him away and take him somewhere where there isn't any Internet or laptops or work aloud. 

Maybe Thailand......???
its semi in the works. 
eeeek! We'll have to wait and see, though. 

But, I really do appreciate all the hard he work he puts in, and I also love that I get to meet all these amazing and talented people he gets to work alongside with. 

For example:

Have you ever heard of El Mac?
I hadn't until I went to the Adobe building that Rapt did, and saw El Mac's incredible mural...We went to dinner with him later that night and as I asked more questions, I found out how amazing this man actually is. 

He did the artwork for No Doubts newest CD cover,
 [No Doubt was my first CD ever! I have a place in my heart for them that will last until I'm all old and whithered]
 and he's been on multiple covers of Juxtapoz magazine, and his mural street art can be found all over the world. 

He's pretty unreal. 

So, Rapt just came out with their El Mac short that shows the process of how he does what he does, and of course I find it so interesting that I just have to share it with you.

Rapt Studio x El Mac
from Rapt Studio on Vimeo.


  1. Wow what a talented man. I wish I was the least bit artistic.

  2. Amazing! There is no room for error. Imagine if his arm went limp just for one sec?!! Eeek! Your hub works for a great agency. He must love all the creativity and high profile clients but I hope you can steal him away soon too. I know how hectic and crazy the creative industry is. My husband is in the same boat. We are always trying to get away from our crazy schedules too. We find just taking short weekend trips out hiking, skiing, exploring another city or being out on the town helps us reconnect. Thailand is beautiful but you will need at least 3 weeks. If you want a trip close to home, Big Sur is beautiful. Can do the drive and sight see in a week without feeling rushed.


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