A while ago there was a call for submissions for Stickerbomb 3. Artists all over the world could send in their designs, and if any of your designs got selected they would be printed as a sticker in the book. I sent in three pixel-art designs, and they all got featured in the book, take a look!
This is the book, with over 240 stickers.
Here are my designs as stickers (bottom three).
At the back of the book, there's an 'Artist Info' page,
with every artist that participated. Pretty awesome!
Very vibrant colors and the cool thing is you can mix them on the special paper!
The animal drawings are drawn from google image searches.
Those after that were made at the fin-de-siècle museum (Brussels). It's a nice collection, but not entirely what I expected.
And the last two are from a little book called '642 tiny things to draw'. Nice little book I got from my girlfriend, comes in handy if you want to do a daily drawing thing. Sometimes it's fun to get creative with the suggestions they give, as some of them are a bit mundane.
Also, never go to a shop when everything is 50% off. You might end up waiting 2 hours to get to the cash register... It did confront me with the greed of people (including my own, although I didn't buy that much in my opinion).
Now, you may ask yourself, what exactly is a 'Threadless Artist Shop'?
Well, let me explain:
it's like an online t-shirt shop, where I as an artist can sell my designs, where you as a customer can buy them and where Threadless as a company does everything else: the shipping, printing and handling (and of course they get the largest part of the sales).
It's not that different from Teepublic, but it might get me to different audiences and I'll be selling some designs exclusively there!
Also, amazing how some sun can make you instantly feel good ^^