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The places those bags have been …

Thank you to all who shared my Sandwich Bag Art around the world. I really appreciate it.


Blogs and other places I’ve been featured in (that I know about):

New link added to April 21, 2013 (8/15/2017). I find blog posts about my bags when I follow a Google Alert that takes me to Pinterest. Most of the time it is an old link that I did not know about.

June 2017

April 2017

August 2014

  • August 11th issue of People magazine, here’s the online story.

June 2014

January 2014

December 2013

September 2013

July 2013

June 2013

May 2013, sandwich bags

April 2013, my sandwich bags featured on

March 2013, my sandwich bags were featured

February 2013, sandwich bags featured on Gizmodo/Foodlikecool.comBem Legaus!Rock N TechYou Pouch, for my sandwich bag drawings.

November 2012, sandwich bags featured on the Wired GeekDads blog.

August 2009, sandwich bags featured on the OF MICE AND raMEN blog.

June 2009, sandwich bags featured on the Sharpie Marker blog.


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A million thanks

Over 10 million views posted a piece about my sandwich bags on Dec. 23. Since then the views on my Flickr site have been crazy. Just today, January 2, I received 713,701 views. A new one-day record for me.

Last Saturday, Dec. 27, I reached  9 million views. I was satisified with that milestone. Yet here it is 10 days later and I have over 10 million.

I really appreciate all the views, likes and people following me on Flickr, all my Facebook “Likes.” I’m still drawing on my kids’ sandwich bags and expect to be doing it for a few more years.

Thank you all!

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Fighting Food Waste, One Bag at a Time

2013-10-03 07.43.33Did you know 25% of the food & beverages we buy annually goes to waste?

I’ve teamed up with my friends at Glad® to help fight food waste in kitchens across the US for their #SaveItSunday campaign. To do so, take the pledge at and help decrease waste across the US.

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2013-11-12 08.20.32Need to recycle your sandwich bags?

Friday, November 15th is America Recycles Day! The national recycling rate has increased every for the past 30 years. The current rate is 34.7%. With your help we can raise this even more!

Check out Glad’s food storage recycling program at TerraCycle.comGlad® and TerraCycle have partnered to recycle used Glad® products into cool new products and benefit charity, too!

Glad® encourages families to take a stand against waste. That’s why TerraCycle has partnered to collect and recycle used Glad® and other brand food storage products, keeping potential waste out of our landfills. Through the Glad® Food Storage Brigade, you can do right for your family, community and the environment by recycling your used food storage products.