Calamityware Artist Don Moyer featured in The New Yorker
Don Moyer, a retired graphic designer who now squanders his days on the many self-inflicted projects that are Calamitywear had one of craziest things happen to him. Calamityware was featured in the September 14th issue of The New Yorker. No, seriously!.
It’s a sweet article about why Calamitywear’s silliness has survived the horrors of 2020. The amazing stories the author included from real customers remind him how lucky we.
“The drawings I like best make me laugh. Sometimes it is obvious that a drawing could be the basis for a good product. To me, a ‘good product’ is one that can be beautiful, useful, and funny.” Don said.
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by Anna Russell from The New Yorker.
The drawings I like best make me laugh. Sometimes it is obvious that a drawing could be the basis for a good product. To me, a ‘good product’ is one that can be beautiful, useful, and funny. said Don Moyer
Don Moyer is a retired graphic designer and Clamitywear. Don uses the crowd-funding platform, Kickstarter, to discover if people like his ideas enough to justify a production run. He has had over 40 successful Kickstarter projects with just a few flops. Don draws a little everyday and posts his sketchbook pages on Flickr.