The dream of each artist is to be free to create. The only way to attain such nirvana would be to do what you love, and let what you love put food on your plate. So here’s where I come in and show you how I’d like to pay the bills. I’ve tried to make the process as easy and as painless as possible. I don’t want anything getting in the way of your desire to pick out some lovely gifts for your loved ones.
Also, as a bonus, the art you purchase may one day inspire someone in your life to pursue their dreams as well. So that’s a bonus!
My StorEnvy shop is now open for business, and it’s the perfect place to go if you’re looking for that “one stop shopping” experience. If there’s every a time someone asks for my best, this is where I would send them.
Storenvy is where I’m sending everyone for those ultra-special collector’s luxury editions. Ordering through Storenvy promises special edition documentation that makes your gift literally ‘one of a kind’.
Expect a lot of gratitude. Because there’s always going to be some for you, I promise.
There are other options, however. Check out each store individually, and keep an eye out for news about sales. If there’s something you’re looking for, and you can’t find it, please send me an e-mail, and I’ll make it available for you right away.
The beginning of 2012 introduced the remastered print of the first volume from my photography series “Distance Til Empty”, and it will be available for only a limited time. This special collectors edition will be a limited run pressing on luxury standards paper, and is only available as a large format hard cover.
If you look very closely, you might find hints to hidden locations out there where you can find very rare editions of specialty prints.There’s a name for that thing, but it escapes me at the moment.
Over the past seven years I have released a series of photography books. After six full volumes were released, a final seventh volume sold for the benefit of artists who lost their works in Hurricane Katrina.
Recently, I switched to a new publisher, and in the process, I had to pull the entire collection down from the internet. With the re-release of the series comes a binding change. So expect not only the series to return, but check out the collection available in the meanwhile.
Somewhere out there are incredibly exclusive original prints hidden within private collections.
None of those publications are related to the hidden message mentioned earlier. So even if you had one of them, you might not have noticed that weird symbol inside the back sleeve of the dust jacket.
If you’re looking for a gallery of my favourites presented in their best, then I insist you please visit my profile at Society6.
Psst! This is my favourite place to go for prints.
If you’re looking for t-shirts and or iPhone cases (that’s not a typo), then visit my store over at RedBubble.I have a lot of options to have my work reprinted, but it seems like Redbubble treats all of us better than anyone else. I don’t do much over there, but if you’re looking for something custom, that’s where you go to find me.
I’m also willing to bend a few legal licenses, if you promise you’re not exploiting anyone while you’re cosplaying your weird little fanfic.
If a coffee table book is not your thing, I also offer posters, other products, and a wrapped canvas print over at Zazzle. A few pieces are selected straight from my last book. I’m strongly thinking about coffee mugs. But I’m also strongly thinking about zombies. I’m wondering if I should just draw zombies directly on coffee mugs.
Also, I was thinking about carving things into skateboard decks, or making a custom tarot card deck for members of the Hemlock Society. I’m really only limited by your imagination.
(And local laws. I’m not going to jail for your weird little fetish, I don’t care how awesomely challenging it might be. You ever see that episode of “the Dark Side” with the painter and using hobo blood on cardboard…?)
There’s also a tip jar out, in case I post anything you think is witty and charming enough for reward. It’s like the donations box at your local art gallery. I’d like to at least pay for hosting this site. I’ve been pretty entertaining over the years. Aren’t I worth it?
I’d like to thank everyone who’s been satisfied with the artwork they have purchased from me in the past. I’m grateful to be a part of something good in your life. I’m also very thankful to my friends and family for being supportive of me as I do this. Every time you click a “share” button, an octopus grows a pair of wings.
P.S. I’m setting up an extra special exclusive club for my biggest supporters. Not only will it be a place to see me in a more intimate venue, but it’ll also be the place where you as either a friend or a fan will have the strongest influence on what I do next. Be on the look-out, because when the program starts up, it’s only going to be for my closest and brightest patrons. So it’s going to be hiding somewhere here on the site, and there are going to be clues all over the place. Because… games are fun.