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Coffee Table Book Blog

Many of Our Images in Pencil Skirts

We have more than one fulfillment company that handles applying our vast library of images to a variety of products.  Just recently they started offering pencil skirts as an option and of course we hopped right on it and started engineering images for this medium. All you gals know that a spectacular pencil skirt is…
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2015 Calendars Available NOW

We have 2015 calendars available in several themes. This is the time to order if you want them by the end of the year. They are each individually printed and assembled right here in North Dallas using heavy card stock produced in Texas as well. When we say “Made in the Great State of Texas“, we mean it.…
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News and Reseller Updates

As a result of incorporating 4Legs Marketing to recruit new resellers for our book, our stable of resellers has recently increased. Our newest additions include: Lucy’s Moms on Main Aubrey, Texas Christy G’s Salon Celina, Texas The Gaylord Texan Grapevine, Texas Cowgirls and Lace Dripping Springs, Texas Two Corks and a Bottle Dallas, Texas As we approach…
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Texas As I See It Book Signing Press Release

October 26, 2011 Press Release: Book Signing Frisco photographer Warren Paul Harris, in conjunction with the release of his first coffee table book, Texas As I See It, will be available to sign copies of the book in several locations over the coming months. Warren’s view of the Lone Star State is evocative, compelling and…
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The Note Card Website is Online

It’s been a bit of a project, but the website is finally up and running for TX-Notecards, the new entity formed to handle distribution for our line of Fine Art Giclée Note Cards.

Fine Art Giclée Note Cards Now Available

In conjunction with the release of Texas As I See It, we are releasing a line of fine art 5×7 Note Cards. Now you can own Winston, Texas Landscape 1 or my 9-11 Memorial and share it with your friends and family in a very high-quality note card.  These are not mass produced.  Each card is…
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