Sunday, 7 June 2020

It was time for a change - Marlife's new art graphic.



Hi guys


First of all, I would like to say thank you so much for allowing me to share with you my craziness online. Thank you for every click you have pressed when I have posted something I wrote or a video dancing and singing, or for whatever it is you think deserves your support to me.


In my March, 18th 2014, I published my very first blog on  #marlife which I titled “Welcome to Marlife!!!” and the response was greater than I expected. The reason I created a blog was because the reactions some of my Facebook posts would receive, so I thought it was a good idea to create my own platform to express whatever I would want to.


Six years on now, I still love my baby and I wish I could have more time to dedicate to it. However, life is busy and with all the social media channels I have, it is quite hard and time consuming to be loyal to all of them at the same time.


Time for a change


The great image you can see below was created by David Park,  someone whose work is amazing and he is also someone my husband and I can call a friend. It is worth mentioning that David created art graphics for my blog for Saint Patrick’s and Christmas. Needless to say his dedication to his work always produces content of high quality. 




After six years, I felt it was time to change the image and so I did.


As you can see, I have already used the image as Marlife's new face, and I am so excited to the extend I want to show it to you below hehehe. The image is a collaboration between photographer Babs Daly and graphic designer Dave Darcy. Dave is the graphic designer for GCN - Gay Community News - the LGBT+ publication I work for. I am very happy with the final result and I hope you will appreciate it, too.



To see more of Dave Darcy’s work, you can visit https://onestrongarm.com/ & for more of Babs Daly's visit @theinkfactory and @piercied.ie



Once again, thank you for your support and feel free to tell me what you think?


Marlon/Marlife




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