Today's motivation is brought to you by Fitness Coach and mother, Gina Lombardi. She gets her inspiration from her son, as well as cartoons that span the past half century. Her work can be seen displayed on her son's brown bag lunches.
Today's motivation comes to you from Charlie May, a father sharing his love of drawing, cartoons and comics with his son. Charlie is a talented artist creating art on a variety of media, including lunch bags for his son.
Today's motivation can be found in the talents of stay-at-home mom, Carissa Nicholson. Carissa's brown bag art has been inspiring creativity in her son for over two years, and is starting to make an impact on her young daughter.
Today's motivation is brought to you by graphic designer mom, Beckie Reilly. She gathers inspiration from a variety of sources and turns brown bags into surprise works of art for her son.
Today's motivation can be found in the talents of stay-at-home mom, Erica Allen. As a baker, musician, and now illustrator, she has been inspiring creativity in her two children by creating fun illustrations on the napkins they get for lunch.
Today, we take a look at the work of father of two, and story-telling artist, Mike Smith. He has spent years illustrating his kids' lunch bags and has crafted stories to help them work their way through different situations and beyond. His art and stories are a great inspiration for all parents trying to reach their children as they grow.
Today, we are spending time getting to know video game Creative Director and father of two, Lynell Jinks. He has been awing his children and others with his amazing brown bag art for years. His ability to bring characters and other pop culture icons to life is simply astounding.
For this edition of Monday Morning Motivation, it is my pleasure to introduce to you a snack bag artist and mother of 3, Kari Jones. Her fun, quirky art brings a dose of pop culture to her children and her fans. The snack bags make for a great conversation starter, too.
Volume 4 of Monday Morning Motivation is a special interview. This week, I have the opportunity to highlight my father-in-law, Ken Wagle. Ken is an artist that is incredibly skilled in numerous media, including painting, sculpture, scrimshaw, air brush, and drawing (both pen/paper and digital), among others. He is always found with a sketchbook or iPad in hand drawing Santas, wildlife, or ships.