Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Hot off the Press

While I would like to have prints available for people to buy, my (new) printer is simply not up to the task. So I've removed the option. Sorry, folks

13 comments:

bindu said...

This one is very clever. You illustrations are all so imaginative!

Azulita said...

How neat that you commented on my coffee cup and then I came and found your tea cup. What a fun image, beautifully done, and such a neat blog overall.

grrl+dog said...

..or the t shirts.. Very cool..I can see why because the lines are so clean.

Eric Barclay said...

Beautiful work and very clever. Love your lines.

Jocelyn said...

And I am here to say of your prints, "Wot larks!"

(I think it's Dickens...GREAT EXPECTATIONS...but mostly I know/use it thanks to some Brits I read).

Such fun stuff you do. I'm glad to know you're out here.

Adam said...

I'm happy that you've started to do this yourself, rather than use Red Bubble (or as an addition to the Red Bubble things). One further question - how would we be able to pay you in dollars from another country?

Elizabeth said...

The bird pic below is such a delight as is the tea cup.
As an Englishwoman I'm devoted to tea, and writing and pictures and so on
Glad to have discovered your blog.

milly (elephants&redwoods) said...

I love your guerilla knitting, that is great!! I can't wait to do that here when it gets warmer and the snow melts.

As far as illustrations go, I have always loved the conjoined economies one with the eagle and dragon, the solar squirril and the edgar allen poe. Which do you recommend? Do you have a pay pal account?

Nao said...

One of my favorites~

You know me though, tea and inspiration, those two things are married for me. eh eh eh.

Hope you are having both tea and inspiration today.
( but of course you are)

Yey for the selling of Prints!

dennis said...

Dennis is impressed by your work, but Dennis doesn't get out much to stop by and say so.

lettuce said...

hey - good luck with the selling!

Rohzi E. said...

Wow. You are one of the most interesting artists I've encountered.

When things are looking up for me as relates to my job situation, one of the first things I'm going to do to celebrate is buy one of your pieces of art. : - )

More, more, make many more. : - )

Tammie Lee said...

This piece is really wonderful, I love your humor and wit as well. Sure hope you do good with sales of all your fine pieces, i could see how they will come into demand!