I did a bunch of testing on the phone cover website. Here are the three best options. You can either have engraved (like what my previous post shows), or embossed – meaning that the image is raised from the back of the phone case. Check it out…
So you like one of my drawings and want to see it every day… even show it off all the time? Now you can – With a custom-made iphone case. It cost $40 to make and $5 to ship – So I can give it to you at cost for $45. Where on Earth are you gonna get a deal like that? Nowhere! Enjoy!!! :-)
NOTE: Put whatever text you want below the drawing… It doesn’t have to be “HOTdrawings.com”. It can say anything that you want it to.
NOTE: If you have a drawing of your own that you like, and text of your own that you prefer, send em to me and I can prep it and get it plastered to the back of a phone case.
One of my customers loved the Alvin Ailey piece (shown below) but wanted it in orange to match their wall color. Several iterations and conversations later I had something that they liked. I’m now doing something similar with a set of 3 for another excited customer. Pretty cool huh?
In other news – Had another art show. This time it was a the gallery in The Elizabeth Lofts (in the Pearl District). Showing was for a month, but during a time when we were moving so I didn’t get a chance to really sell it. Showing is still up until THIS NEXT SUNDAY, however if you want to drop by to see my collection. Viewings at this point are arranged by calling Diane Kruger at 503 504-9330.
2012 Elizabeth Postcard – My November 2012 Showing Information — My Art Collection To Date…
First Thursday Showing At The Tea Zone:
First Thursday and ALL MONTH — My Art will be at The Tea Zone the month of October. Be there on First Thursday, Oct. 4th anytime between 6-11 pm, to celebrate the opening of my first art show!
And if you can’t make it? My gallery will be there all month. The Tea Zone is one of two well-known, cozy teahouses in PDX. Owned and operated by small business owners – this aint no franchise – the place has weathered two financial crises over the last ten years and still remains a Portland fixture. How’s that for lasting power! Bottom Line – The Tea Zone is a must-see site in Portland and a place I’ve frequented for almost a decade. Having them as my first patron is therefore an honor and privilege. :-)
Address: 510 NW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97209 (in the heart of the Pearl)
Hours: Sun: 10am to 8pm, Mon: 8am to 7pm, Tues – Fri: 8am to Midnight, Sat: 10am to Midnight
Sometimes I wonder whether I’m living the life of a caricature rather than that of a living, breathing, dimensional being. The sketch: An artist struggling against ridiculously imbalanced odds in order to get the art out there into the public eye.
We finally got to a point where it’s gonna happen and then – Bam! tossed back into the world of cancer to weigh impossible choices while time passed at blinding speeds. If it wasn’t so serious it would be comedic. Not to worry – The show will go on (to coin another tattered ideal). I’m only getting some radiation treatment at this point and won’t be knocked out for the count like all previous treatment engagements.
Anyway – my postings here will be a bit erratic as a result of all of the commotion. :-)