Here are all FIVE pieces that were purchased from my online shop "The Other Jeanie" (on Etsy), to help decorate the "apartment" set for the new CBS comedy, "2 Broke Girls". The new series is created by Whitney Cummings and Michael Patrick King (Sex and the City fame). Award winning set designer - Amy Feldman created the entire set. Please see links below to purchase the same photographic prints that decorate their shabby chic apartment.
Her Open Mind - Photograph (purchase print at this link)
First Season: On Max's bedroom wall, to the right of bed
Second Season: On wall next to Subway Sign.
Photographic Print available at: The Other Jeanie, my Etsy.com shop.
Sweet Francine and Her Camera - Photograph (purchase print at this link)
This photographic print seems to move around the walls.
Photograph Print available at: The Other Jeanie, my Etsy.com shop.
Wish Ticket - Original One Of A Kind, Mixed Media
This piece is hanging on the vertical support beam, near the green phone.
Band Aid Box - Photograph (purchase print at this link)
This Photograph keeps moving around a bit on the set.
Second Season: Print is on the wall near the Subway Sign.
Photographic print available at: The Other Jeanie, my Etsy.com shop
Hello it's Me - Photograph (purchase print at this link)
This Photographic print keeps moving around the set.
Photographic print available at: The Other Jeanie, my Etsy.com shop.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
These "One-of-a-Kind" Party Favors are ready in 3 minutes. Each B/W photograph is placed inside a folded white card. They last for years! It's a great Party Favor and Entertainment in one. Perfect for Private Parties, Wedding Receptions, Bridal Showers and Corporate Parties. View more of my samples here: Jean Lannen Images . Contact Jean for information and to book a date.
Friday, December 14, 2012
Thursday, December 13, 2012
"Hello it's Me", my altered photograph on canvas, was excepted into the "Think Small" exhibition, and won BEST OF SHOW, at the Lawrence Street Gallery. Thank you, thank you! The exhibition was juried by Mary Lou Greene, Director of Institute for the Arts and head of the Art Department at Marygrove College.