“Capture color, inspire wanderlust, get a taste of the good life.” That’s the guiding motto behind the recently re-launched 2straws print shop, a.k.a. where we’ll go from now on for art that will make our walls livelier and our homes lovelier.
I’ve been the lucky recipient of plenty of 2straws prints pre-launch, which is possibly due to the fact that the mindful travel author and photographer behind the brand, David Axelrod, is the man with whom I share a refrigerator. But what is luck other than, in this case, the colossal tease that is getting attached to a piece only to have it sell off of the walls of one’s own home, repeatedly, forever?
And what is the benefit brought about by co-frigerating when one’s requests for art continually fall in line behind those with more VIP status, such as the likes of Pottery Barn?
Point being, I have practically no vested interest whatsoever in the success of the 2straws enterprise. Huh-uh, not me. Just selflessly passing on the good word is what I’m all about.
So there’s this insanely talented dude in Seattle pumping out print after print who I may or may not know in the biblical use of the word, and said prints are now more easily perused and purchased than ever before. There it is, the nonsense (almost) free delivery.
Two words: get involved.