Monthly Archives: June 2015

pixels on paper graphic design showcases new appalachia foods for the western North Carolina locavore

Pixels on Paper creates graphics and branding for New Appalaichia foods photo

New Appalachia is one of the those business ideas that people muse about but cannot always see through to success. It is an idea, however whose time has come and its Owner/CEO and visionary Caleb Crowell knew that implicitly. We’re in an American cultural chapter when people are giving more thought to what their families eat, […]

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“I Got Rhythm” …… who could ask for anything more?

Pet Photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

Ira Gershwin was the lyricist to his more famous brother George. THE George Gershwin of An American in Paris, Rhapsody in Blue, Porgy and Bess. They were both geniuses. But we love and remember George because he provided the music we love and know so well. Ira wrote and George played and composed on the piano. […]

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Pablo Neruda writes poems about the sea ~ Rayne Hatfield washes gently into this world, with style

Newborn Photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

Ocean, if you were to give, a measure, a ferment, a fruit of your gifts and destructions, into my hand, I would choose your far-off repose, your contour of steel, your vigilant spaces of air and darkness, and the power of your white tongue, that shatters and overthrows columns, breaking them down to your proper purity. – from […]

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When Whitney Met Preston

Parsons engagement portrait photography by Wilkesboro NC Photographers Pixels On Paper photo

There’s a great moment in the movie “When Harry Met Sally” – no not THAT ONE – when Harry introduces Sally to his friend hoping Sally will like him and Sally introduces Harry to her friend in the hopes that she and Harry will hit it off. They do NOT. Their friends, however, fall in love […]

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Meet Copeland Ward ~ a name you may know before too long

Many of us, in the South especially, grew up hearing, “Pretty is as pretty does.” What is on the outside is just the genetic dressing you were given, but your heart and spine, your care for others, your reactions to life’s circumstances, and your interactions with the world are ultimately what determines the manner of man or woman you are. That said, […]

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