Thursday, September 04, 2008

Collections

Hello, sweeties.

New goods! Awesome!
I'm diggin' how these postcards came out. Fresh from the printers and, for a change of pace, offered up as *single* postcards w/ a red envelope for a fraction of the price. This way, you can get one for a birthday card instead of a whole pile (though, you may want a whole pile after you see how cute they are).
Also have a whole set of limited edition urchin prints from the Urchin Collection that debuted earlier this year (all the originals have been snatched off to loving homes but two of them now). *UPDATE: All Urchin Collection original paintings have now sold. Thank you, peeps!*
They look so sharp and are nicely cropped down to mini-size. There's only 10 prints made of each design though, and once they're gone...that's it.One thing I really love is redoing my wall displays throughout my abode. Frankly, I just love interior design anyway. I tend to lean towards the eclectic-mix-old-and-new-hodge-podge-collection style. There's one wall that changes constantly, as original paintings are bought and sold, or I just feel like looking at different works. But I really love how it looks at the moment.


What's this? Why, is that an aqua/red color scheme I see?


Yes, it is. Big surprise, I'm sure. :)And check out this particularly *swell* card I picked up last month while in Canada! It's just too cool to use. I really need to frame it.

After a hiatus from the paints (much needed), I'm hitting the canvas and acrylics hard today. I'm working out a new series of work that I shall be hopefully debuting to everyone late Sept./early October. I'm very excited.

Off I scamper!

11 comments:

Rachel said...

I think it would be cool for that to be a folding card instead with your awesome handwriting on the inside with something like, 'By invitation of' and 'An invitation for' and 'to be celebrated joyously at' or something equally kitschy and victorian sounding. :D

Eggman Studios said...

Ooh--that would indeed be pretty cool. Too late for the time being, but definitely something I'll take note of for the next bi-fold card design. :)

art-and-ghosts said...

i love these walls!

Art Kitten said...

I love seeing "She Wonders..." hung up :) It is so cool to see her hung up with all that great art from you and Lab Partners etc...

I love the color scheme, aqua and red are so wonderful!

Eggman Studios said...

Thank you, sweets!

Susan, she's hand's-down one of my favorite paintings I own. :)

greavesdesign said...

love what looks like your inspiration board... full of clippings of neat images. I am planning to do that in my little studio. As always, love your work!

ThePeachTree said...

Okay, I'm SO going shopping soon :)

And I love that little tufted eared squeal cutie!!

Laure said...

Hey Michelle! I don't remeber if i told you how much I love my brooch and print? They're just wonderful!

Just to let you know that I gave you an award! It's here:
http://labaleineaplumes.webou.net/?p=76

Just scroll to the end of the article to see the award and get the guidelines for the nominees...

All the best to you!

Anonymous said...

Those postcards are so pretty, as is all your artwork! If I may ask, what company do you use? I've been thinking about getting notecards done of my own artwork, just for personal use, and I love the richness of color on yours.
Have a great evening!
Rebekah

Eggman Studios said...

Rebekah, for postcards and business cards I swear by overnightprints.com. The colors always look so vibrant and have a nice lustre to them. They also send out dicounts usually once a month to those on their mailing list as well that make it pretty affordable. Good luck! :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you, dearie! I'll go check it out :) Thanks for the peek into your sketchbook, too! I adore sketch books, with lots and lots of blank pages to fill!
Cheers!
Rebekah