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Of mice and man


I recently downloaded some free fonts via The Visual Brothera and wanted to create something fun with one I particularly liked called Quicksand.

As happenstance would have it I also read a quote I thought one Trina D. Lambert would appreciate, being a fellow dog-lover. So I whipped this puppy up on my creative {read: lunch} break.

I think Mr Kant is a wise man and it is true that we can, indeed, judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.


About Jane McKay @janemckaycomms

I’m Jane. I write. I design. I create. In 2009, following a tree-change to sunny East Gippsland, I realised a dream and started my own business through which I have freelanced my marketing services ever since. I understand that marketing your business can be overwhelming, overcomplicated and often overlooked. That’s why I’m here. With a range of expertise built on a Masters in Media and Communications and derived from more than 8 years’ industry experience working with small companies as well as large multi-nationals, I help businesses grow. A creative soul with a strong geek side, I combine my love of wordsmithing with an interest in all things design- and tech-related.The perfect combination of skills for my career in creative marketing.


3 thoughts on “Of mice and man

  1. This is gorgeous! Love the colours.

    Posted by Renee | July 5, 2012, 7:49 pm
  2. Nice! And thanks so much for the mention in your post.

    Posted by Trina D. Lambert | July 18, 2012, 2:56 pm

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