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Website Banner Commission


Martin Lindeskog (teaparty.nu) wanted a banner illustration that featured tea products for purchase. He'll also offer up a bit of commentary on political developments in Sweden as well the U.S.

Comments (27)



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I like it.

I also think it would be interesting to render the illustration with a viking holding a stein (still with the string & tag from the tea)... maybe & a Gokstad & a village in the background... maybe a spatha on his shoulder... give it a Nordic twist... or maybe do a hybrid between the two.

Just thunkin'.

John Cox:

Hey T

That would work nicely. Now I gotta find a merchant who needs that very thing ($).



GarandFan: I recommend you to read Scott Holleran's post, Tucson and the Tea Party. I have a link to his site in my post, Tea Party Website Banner.

Terwiliger: I want John to create an illustration for my personal blog called GOT Tea Party. Maybe the logotype will end up with a Norse touch to it...

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Martin--being a Swede--is just the merchant I had in mind.

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I will order a GOT Tea Party logotype from John at sometime in the near future.

Do you drink tea?


I'm a Southerner. Of course I drink tea...

...& that sugar doesn't go in the cornbread--put it in the tea where it belongs.

I typically drink iced tea, & for years all I had ever tasted was the generic orange pekoe stuff (I'm probably in the minority in that I don't care for lemon with it).

International commerce & enterprising wealthy people with a lot of extra time on their hands have improved things quite a bit in recent years.


Please send me an email and we could continue our conversation about tea. I want to send you a TeaParty.nu gear when we have the online shop up and running.

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John Cox is a painter, cartoonist, and illustrator for hire. For information about purchasing existing work or commissioning new work, contact him by e-mail at john555cox [at] hotmail.com.

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