Hey everyone, I now have a Redbubble shop. When you visit it, you’ll find my artwork on over 80 plus products. From shirts to masks, phone cases to posters, the selection is huge. Plus they make the purchasing process very easy and who doesn’t like easy.
Previously I only offered posters, while posters are great and I still offer them, being able to offer more products gives you variety. It is also provides more options when you are thinking about getting a gift for that automotive enthusiast in your life.
I have five pieces of artwork on the shop now and plan to add more. If there is one of my pieces you are interested in and it’s not on my shop, contact me and let me know.
This is a photo of a 1949 Olds 76 Fastback Town Sedan that belongs to John Gillis. John purchased two posters a while back, one of which was the 1949 Cadillac Club Coupe. He told me he was pleased to see that someone had done a print of a classic GM fastback and that he had a 1949 Olds fastback.
The idea behind this wrench artwork came about one day while I was working in the garage. I had my tools out, and the sun’s rays were landing across a wrench on the floor. In a moment of inspiration, I imagined this could look cool as a print.
As some of you may know the artwork I offer is professional printed. The printer just started offering metal prints. These prints are made from aluminum and come in various sizes. I decided to try out their curved metal print, the curved design allows the print to stand on a desk or shelf without the need for mounting hardware or an easel. The artwork I choose to use for this was the 1970 Chevelle Convertible drawing. I am really impressed results, it looks just like the printed version and has a nice high gloss finish.
This week I received an email from an automotive concept artist in Canada who had a question about how to get exposure and possibly sell their artwork.
I replied but my email came back as failed. I think the email address was entered incorrectly on my contact form. I thought I would post this so hopefully he’ll see it and know I did try to reply to his question. Continue reading How to Get Exposure For Your Artwork