Society6 site. I'm really excited to finally be able to share this work, which are all digital illustrations from a few years ago. Most of them involve themes of travel and transportation. I really urge you to take a look, because not only are the site and the products quite lovely, Society6 is offering free worldwide shipping until Sunday! What more incentive do you need? I'm know that before tonight is through, I'll have indulged in a treat for myself. The iPhone cases alone are quite lovely and I don't even own such a device!
I also appeared on Hyperallergic this week, as part of their ongoing series that looks at the artist's studios across the world. With two new places to find me online arriving in one week, this got me to thinking about where else I can be found on the interwebs. I made a list. It's quite a bit longer that I expected!
For those of you who want more chances to buy something lovely that I've made (go on, treat yourself too!), there are plenty of opportunites:
- Union Gallery sell my paintings.
- On Etsy you'll find paper paintings, older abstract paintings, cards and prints.
- I have two books on Blurb, one book of art and one of photography. (A book of Iteration/Span photography is imminent.)
- There are t-shirts and prints at Oddhero. Many of their products were designed by me – see if you can spot which are mine!
- Lastly, II have photos licensed on Getty and Alamy.
For those on a tighter budget, you can still see and hear plenty for free:
- My own site is of course a good place to start.
- I am on Facebook as an artist and designer.
- Megan Chapman and my joint work is here.
- I have a rather large collection of photos on Flickr.
- You can see more of my photos on Lomography, as well as Tumblr.
- There are even more photos, this time Craig Munro and my Iteration/Span project on
- Carbonmade and Tumblr.
- I've made music and put it on Soundcloud.
- As well as short films on Vimeo and YouTube.
- I'm even on LinkedIn, although I am not sure why.
- Also there is Twitter.
Is that enough? I didn't think so. You want me to really scrape the bottom of the barrel:
- You can read a couple of articles I've written at Product and Caledonian Mercury.
- Or read mentions and reviews of my work at Hyperallergic (again), Central Station, Broughton Spurtle, The Free Weekly and City Wire.
- I only ever posted one design on Threadless.
- I listen to a lot of music.
- I especially used to listen to a lot of Jimmy Smith.
- And then there is the company in China that stole some of my old work. Happy joy. (Please don't but any of that!)
And finally, for those of you who find trying to keep up with all of the above a bother, I plan soon to launch a monthly email newsletter. You can sign up for it here, or using the box on the right of this page. Get my news direct to your inbox – nothing could be simpler!