The Fruit Look © Sarah Vernon at Crated

First Night Design | “The only thing worse than being blind is…” #Art


Can I see again? No, but there are odd moments of clearer vision that enable me to work in fits and starts. In this instance, I have come up with a collage, The Fruit Look.

The Fruit Look © Sarah Vernon at Crated
The Fruit Look © Sarah Vernon at Crated

“The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.”
Helen Keller [1880-1968]


Ephemera used to create this collage is from Design Cuts and the Biodiversity Library on Flickr.

I have not yet uploaded it to my galleries, except for Crated, but if you’re interested,, do bookmark the page and return in a few days for all the other links.

Available at the following galleries:
Redbubble
Crated
Zazzle US
Zazzle UK
Fine Art America [14 fulfillment centers in 5 countries]
Saatchi Art

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

30 thoughts on “First Night Design | “The only thing worse than being blind is…” #Art

  1. Sarah, I would like to buy postcard(s) but am confused on the ordering. It’s coming up with wanting me to make changes? Do they send it to me and I write on it and buy my own postage? Do I fill out my message online and pay for postage and then it is sent to whomever from there. I’m a little confused…(-: Help…S

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    1. How lovely! If you’re definitely talking about postcards, not greeting cards, you’re given the option to change it/customise it. Not so necessary with postcards but you might want to delete the info about FND and the number/name of the card. You buy, they send and you do the usual. If it’s a greeting card, you would want to change the inside greeting to one of your choice, for instance. Hope that makes sense. Eyes very bad today!

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