Posts tagged with ‘Shop’
Dammsugerskan - Gittan Jönsson
I think I might have mentioned Society6 on here before - it’s an online shop which enables creative people to sell a wide range of affordable art prints and other printed merchandise. I’m a big fan and sell my own illustrated goods here.
Well, they announced yesterday that they are now selling throw pillows, too. Exciting times! They also have free worldwide shipping until Monday, so maybe it’s worth a look to see if anything takes your fancy.
(Pillows shown are my own shamelessly-plugged creations and can be found here.)
Our New Online Art Store is Now Open! - My Modern Shop
Hand-knitted sheep of wool - April and May
Dring Dring - Adeline Adeline
The Wary Meyers Kids Shop opens next week!
Christian Koban Jewelry Shop & Showroom // Studio Kattentidt | Afflante.com
Walruslug Island Prints
Available from Electric Works Gallery, “This limited edition print by illustrator Lisa Hanawalt is from the forthcoming McSweeney’s McMullens’ title “Benny’s Brigade.” The book isn’t out until spring 2012, but everything we’ve seen from it is astoundingly great.”
Dimensions: 17 x 17
Edition size: 20
250 each. ORDER HERE.
Artistic.ly is a new online shop launching tonight, a community run site for artists and illustrators who are ‘seeking to commercialise their creative output’. Every print you can buy on there is 70x50cm, an edition of 50 and comes pre-framed for £125 with free postage to anywhere in the world! Not a bad deal.
Its invite-only to sell your work on there, but you can request an invite. They want to keep it exclusively for things they love. Already some artists on there who I really like, and the rest look like they are worth looking up!
The above are some of my favorites from the site, by Lesley Barnes, Alvaro Tapia, Andy Rementer, Malika Favre, Lee Ford and Georgia Perry. Have a look at them and the rest here.
There once was a vacant shop, now there is FARM:shop, the first urban farming hub in the world, at 20 Dalston Lane in London (UK). With a workspace, a cafe and events venue for food lovers and urban farmers. The enterprise is run by Something & Son and opened in March 2011.
At FARM:shop the experts follow the rules of nature and, in order to grow food, use various methods, from Aquaponic micro fish farming, to high tech indoor allotment, from chicken coop (on the roof!) to polytunnel.