New Items In My Shop!
It’s that time again! New art is available in my shop!
Now, if you’ve taken a look recently or are following along on my social media, you may notice that there’s been a dramatic shift in my product offerings for May. That’s because I felt myself wanting to get back to basics.
In all honesty, I’ve been a bit disappointed with Society6 recently. I haven’t been seeing the number of sales I’d anticipated, and I’m wondering if the payoff is worth the time I spend creating, curating and promoting all my work. That’s why I’ve really changed things up for May.
I decided that this collection would be entirely illustration based. I may throw in a quotation or two based on what people engage with on Instagram, but the majority of my offerings from now on are going to be illustrations. The reason for this is that these pieces take less time to create and edit, are soothing rather than stressful, and I think they’re more in line with what Society6 customers are looking for. That being said, I completely reserve the right to change my mind and go back to creating more collage-based design pieces. I’m still in the experimentation phase of figuring out what’s going to work best for my time, wallet and personal enjoyment.
So, what drove this specific collection? You may recognize the imagery I’m using in this post was all previewed to you on social media in the past month. That’s partially because I don’t want to ruin the surprise, and also due to the fact that these are some of the pieces now available.
As you can likely guess, I found myself drawn to the human form, and specifically to interesting ways the body can interact with the piece’s boundaries. You’ll find interesting cropping of faces, collarbones, hands and hair, and much more throughout the collection.
If you like what you see, leave a comment asking for more of this in the future! And don’t forget to follow along with my various social channels in order to learn more about my particular products and get a few glances behind the scenes at my creative process. (Hint, all of these are created on my iPad.)
And now, check it all out.
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back next week for an inside look at my logo design process!
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