“The Secret Ingredient is Resentment”

Actually, it’s genius.

I can’t take credit for these remarkable images, but as they frown upon crafting at work, you will have to bear with me until I am able to post about an actual project.

I’m sure many of you out there are familiar with the genius of Anne Taintor. A Harvard grad with a degree in Visual and Environmental Studies, Taintor juxtaposes retro images from the 1950s with witticisms that are entirely her own.

Among my recent acquisitions in P-Town was a remarkable Taintor coffee mug which fully endorses those martini breakfasts. I also felt the need to gift a Taintor pin to my cohort here at Kraftworkin’. I’ll let you guess which one.

You can view/buy/worship Taintor’s goodies here. Her products include cards, notepads, pins, flasks, bags, books, aprons, and I do believe there’s currently a sale in progress.

Do take a look. There’s always time for the inappropriate.

Published by JRW

boston. maker. librarian. canine wrangler. coffee drinker.

5 thoughts on ““The Secret Ingredient is Resentment”

  1. I totally have the “it would of course have to look like an accident” magnet on my fridge…makes the day a little better when I come home from the archive.

  2. Who can survive without, I ask? Laura’s pin giftage to me certainly involved perhaps feeling some sort of sing coming on….

    …loves it…

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