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#StudioJam

0 - Published July 24, 2014 by in Art, Development, Inspiration, Lacrosse, Old School

So we’re beginning to post our Studio Jam’s with a little write-up behind each vid.  Back in art school, I always had the radio on/CD playing… whatever – there was always music being played.  I still do it and thus have spurred my ideas behind my “Studio Jam” vid posts.  A quick work in progress, accompanied […]

Defense wins games!

0 - Published July 22, 2014 by in Art, Development, Hard Work, Inspiration, Lacrosse

You know that saying? “Offense sells tickets, but defense wins games!” Well, we have included 4 new defensive pieces to the portfolio.  Mainly for those who “throw the lumber around” with a 6 ft pole : LSM, Close-D, etc., etc.  Check them out, below, and make your purchase, here.  Protect and defend… happy hunting! LIKE […]

Friday Food 4 Thought: Obsession

0 - Published July 11, 2014 by in Art, Business, Development, Entrepreneurship, Hard Work, Inspiration, Lacrosse

You see that “work in progress” or “studio pic” in the featured image, above (and below)?  Yeah, that’s me doing work while on a family vacation that had me “away the business” for almost 2-weeks.  While doing this, I constantly thought to myself that this is obsessive – work while on vacation.  But as a business owner, […]

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0 - Published January 10, 2014 by in Art, Business, Development, Inspiration, Lacrosse

Some call it a “reunion”.  Some think of it as the “un-official start” of lacrosse season.  Manifestly, it’s a Convention.  (Btw, yes, that image used, above, is something new coming soon!  One of the many exciting things for 2014)Unfortunately, The Art of Lax™ will NOT be attending the 2014 U.S. Lacrosse Convention. 2013 finished very strong with the new […]

How I spent my summer…

0 - Published August 12, 2013 by in Art, Business, Development, Hard Work, Inspiration, Lacrosse

There are a few weeks of summer left before it’s back to school.  During my “school-days”, my summer was mostly spent working (for pocket money) and reading books (mandatory summer reading for school).  Fast-forward to present day, it’s still the same routine, but in a different kind of way. As the summer was rapidly going […]