Google
Design by DivTag Weebly Templates
...sorry these social icons don't work yet...go to the bottom of the page.
 
A few of the items that have sold recently from my Zazzle shops.

I am slowly uploading images and creating customisable merchandise, prints and cards for my various shops. but it's a slow process as I only have a limited amount of time online each day. This means that every design or artwork isn't yet represented on everything that it could be. (And of course some images just don't work as a tee shirt or whatever.)

But if there's a design that you'd like and you can't find the tie, mousemat, mug etc that you want it on - just ask :) I can have it designed and ready to buy pretty quickly.
Follow this link to see what Zazzle has to offer.
 
Finally getting around to slowly updating my Zazzle shops. Have added a few new designs to my Graphics Store, like this;
 
I've installed the Weebly iPhone app and this is a test post in a way...to see how well (or not) it works.
The photo above (is it there?) is of some of the cards and postcards that recently arrived from Moo. Their quality is the best I've found and I've tried lots of printers during the past 12 months or so.
I guess all I need to do now is get the shop here set up...but seeing as hardly any prints are available from Zazzle yet - that's my current priority.

If there's an image you wish to purchase and you can't find it (very likely right now...) please contact me and I'll upload it for you before anything else.
 
I also recently sent two pieces of digital art, printed on heavyweight pearl paper, to this travelling exhibition in Japan.
The schedule of the exhibition is like this : 
  •  1st.June - 30th,June at the Rock Shokudo in Nishiogikubo, Tokyo 
  •  21st. July - 18th. August at Minami Soma Library, Fukushima 
  • Then it goes to "Kangaeru-Shirou kan" at Kawauchi-mura, Fukushima.
For further information and various links related to the project, click here.



 
 
 
Click here to view more and to find out how to purchase it. All proceeds to the The Women's Crisis Center in Moss .
 
Picture
Here it is - my postcard sized artwork for the twitter exhibition in Moss Norway.
Caran D'Ache water soluble pencils, iridescent water colour paints and 3D paint.
I've also done a digital painting version of this on the iPad which should look good as prints and cards. When I get around to uploading it to Zazzle...
The exhibition is now open and the cards are selling well. Click here for the latest update from David Sandum. His twitter stream is probably the best way to keep up to date with events.