Stacie Flint's Visit

Aug 31, 2012

The ALI team was delighted this week when we were visited by our artist, Stacie Flint. Stacie (pictured below with her husband) was celebrating her birthday by visiting us! Our team really enjoyed meeting the face behind her expressionistic, colorful, art! 

We look forward to the many new and exciting projects Stacie is working on! She will be introducing current trends and various color palettes to her works.

To view Stacie's portoflio, click here

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Pat Yuille's whimsical images are perfect for all occasions!

Jul 27, 2012

Pat Yuille is one of our top stationery products artists.  Her whimsical images and clever messages are timely and appropriate for many and all occasions.  Here are photos of Pat with her spring/holiday cards and halloween greetings at Legacy and Pictura showrooms respectively in Atlanta.





To view more images by this talented artist – Mrs. Pat Yuille, please visit our website at:

Pat Yuille- Garden

Pat Yuille- Holidays

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Pantone Announces their 2011 Color of the Year

Dec 11, 2010

Pantone has announced their color of the year for 2011, and it's certainly a statement! It's bright pink! Pink is a combination of red and white and is effective in neutralizing chaos and disorder. Pink, in its meaning, provides feelings of caring, tenderness, and acceptance - are we setting the tone for 2011???

Pantone describes their reasoning for selecting this vibrant hue as their color of the year:
Honeysuckle emboldens us to face everyday troubles with verve and vigor. A dynamic reddish pink, Honeysuckle is encouraging and uplifting. It elevates our psyche beyond escape, instilling the confidence, courage and spirit to meet the exhaustive challenges that have become part of everyday life.

Courageous. Confident. Vital. A brave new color, for a brave new world. Let the bold spirit of Honeysuckle infuse you, lift you and carry you through the year. It's a color for every day - with nothing "everyday" about it.

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Eye-Catching Bold & Bright

Aug 18, 2010

Bold & bright is the way to go in today's market. Brights can be used for images and products across any theme, but what better way to showcase bright tones than in florals?  Flowers are naturally colorful, so mixing them with patterns and backgrounds that complement them and highlight their colors makes perfect design sense. Whether these images are graphic and modern or detailed and more traditional, bright tones are being incorporated to freshen them up!   


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