It’s never too late or early for Halloween flair, so please check out my Ectoplasm Skull pins I collaborated on with enamel pin makers, Negamidas.com!
They are in my site’s shop, meaning you can purchase them directly from me! I hope you like them. It was a lot of fun seeing an illustration translate into something new.
I am super pleased to find out that RedBubble has used my Good Fortune Pattern on their new contract tank tops in a recent promotional email campaign!
I’d like to thank everyone that’s supported my redbubble store. It’s really encouraging and tells me that I should concentrate on this venture more as way to help support myself with my art.
Below are pictures of products I’ve received from my own shop, including art prints, that I’m very impressed with. Everything comes packaged in sturdy envelopes. The prints come rolled in a tube preventing any cranky postal service folding. My personal favorites are the stickers though. It must be the middle schooler still in me.
I’ll keep my page updated when I post more art for sale.
I’m giving this e-commerce and illustration thing a try again. I opened a RedBubble store and am selling my designs on cards. I’ll be updating the shop regularly with new illustrations. Let me know what you think and what products and designs you’d like to see me start selling.
I have a tendency to drown in other’s work. I have a hard time balancing being inspired and being paralyzed by how beautiful someone else’s work is. There are more working artists now than probably any other time in history all competing for an audience. Below are some of my latest or long time favorites.
All the below pieces are produced by contemporary artists I admire. They all inhabit a similar space in me in how I categorize artists and work. All very different but stir up similar feelings. Contemporary and antique. Like opening an old book full of yellowed pages and secrets.
Breaking From Earthly Bonds and Fated Innocence by Chrystal Chan.
I feel that all these works are successfully part of the long conversation of art history. They look backwards and forward.
Umbra by Sam Wolfe Connelly.
Theater of Cruelty by Roberto Ferri
Formerly, drawing by Allison Sommers
Satan and The Dance of Asterion by Denis Forkas
They remind me just a bit of looking into a miniature diorama, a view finder, all a scene of a single piece of work or play. They all also seem to share a similar balance of warm and cold golden browns.
I’m going to try to blog more about my influences as a way to organize my own thoughts and to help me understand what it is what I want to achieve as well.