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My nephew Monte, whom I have dubbed “Montificus of the House of Joy.”
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If anyone was considering purchasing a poster (or stickers, even) through my Indiegogo campaign, I get free shipping for the next 48 hours… so that would be beneficial to me.
Here’s an album full of 50 image options for posters:
I’m also willing to take suggestions and special requests for poster options.
Indiegogo Campaign link: http://igg.me/at/AnaviNoslo/x/1060564
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If you’re looking for wedding photography, you can get a good deal from my Indiegogo campaign going on now through June 28th.
There are three levels of wedding packages and in return for your contribution you will get a photography voucher good for the amount you selected.
This voucher is a great option because it means you can be flexible with your date/location (Arizona only) and not have to worry about deposits. I will honor the value of the voucher in any kind of photography if your plans change before the event.
See my website for samples of my work: www.AnaviNoslo.com/Weddings
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Have questions on my process? Contact me here or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
someone was kind enough to forward this to me just now, thanks! As mentioned earlier, Disney was trying to trademark Dia De Los Muertos, not just for their movie title; the trademark application applied to a range of products, including many items traditionally used to remember this day.
To quote from article:
Faster than you can say mal idea, the Disney Co. has announced it is withdrawing its attempt to trademark the phrase Día de Los Muertos — as in the name of the traditional holiday that is celebrated in Mexico and elsewhere to honor the dead.
Disney had filed several trademark applications in relation to a forthcoming Día de Los Muertos-related Pixar film.
The backlash was swift, and late Tuesday afternoon a Disney spokesperson issued this statement:
“As we have previously announced, Disney-Pixar is developing an animated feature inspired by the Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos. Disney’s trademark filing was intended to protect any potential title for our film and related activities. It has since been determined that the title of the film will change and therefore we are withdrawing our trademark filing.”
As for the backlash, a few comments on the Fronteras website today included this one from Candace Curtis-Cavazos:
Disney has no right to claim my culture or the lives of those I have lost and how we celebrate that. This is wrong and Latinos across the world will be highly offended if this happens. Given Latinos are the largest growing population in the US right now, I would advise Disney to back off or else they may find themselves at a loss of a large population of supporters.my favorite part is where they act like they just happened to decide on changing the title of the movie and that’s why they dropped itanyway, good stuff
They backtracked so fast you’d get wiplash.
::throws arms in air joyously:: oh MAN i am so fucking happy to hear this.
My dad told me about this today. I laughed for about five minutes.
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So today is my birthday and I thought, what better time is there to debut my Indiegogo campaign for a new camera?
You should all go check it out because I would love to keep providing you with awesome pictures!
This is Tumblr, so I’m going to add some pictures of cute animals to help with the signal boosting.
Hopefully these guys have encouraged you to take a look:
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This picture is two years old but it is still one of my favorites. It’s from a series I did on life in the digital age.
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