How to purchase binarygod artworks
Most of the work in my portfolio is for sale printed on various media. Please refer to each specific piece for information on its availability. Instead of printing my work myself, I sell my work through a couple of third party vendors. Each has their own benefits and drawbacks, which are described in the next section.
Online Store Options
Society6 produces high quality prints of various sizes, stretched canvas, iPhone/iPod skins and cases, laptop and iPad skins, greeting cards, screen printed t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags, and throw pillows. Prices are low, quality is high. Even if you decide not to purchase anything, please click “promote” on the artwork that you like. It helps bring more visitors to my site. I recommend society6 for high quality gallery prints, canvases, clothing, and throw pillows. Thanks for your support! Click here to visit the society6 store (opens in a new browser tab).
Design By Humans features graphic tees, phone cases and wall art prints from over 15,000 diverse international artists from all around the world. Embedded in the culture of Design By Humans is a passion for brilliant design, detailed illustration and a strong appreciation for all things creative. DBH is curated, so the quality of the artwork is a bit better than some of the other websites I’ve listed here. Thanks for your support! Click here to visit my DBH store (opens in a new browser tab).
DeviantART is a social networking site for artists and writers, but they also have artist merchandise available. Here you can find photo prints, greeting cards, postcards, mouse pads, coasters, magnets, coffee mugs, puzzles, and calendars. I recommend deviantART for your lower quality inexpensive prints (some as low as $1) and if you are looking for a print on something less conventional, like a mouse pad or a magnet. Click here to visit the deviantART store (opens in a new browser tab).
RedBubble is another creative community to which I belong. Like society6, RedBubble is in the business of printing artists’ work on demand. RedBubble is the place to go if you want posters, stickers, inexpensive wall art, and much more. I mainly signed up for the sticker option. If you like my work, but only have $3 to spend, you can get several of my designs printed on vinyl stickers. The posters are another good way to get an inexpensive print. The quality is not as good as a fine art print, but it’s a good option if you’re on a budget. RedBubble also has a blog that is full of inspiration, tutorials and interviews. Click here to visit my RedBubble page.
Threadless is a Chicago-based company that makes t-shirts and other items for well-known intellectual properties such as Disney, Marvel, Activision, and more. From time to time, I submit designs to be voted on by the threadless community. Click here to visit my threadless account and vote on my designs (opens in a new browser tab). Don’t forget to sign up to win prizes if any of my designs are chosen! Anything that is not chosen for printing will be uploaded on both my society6 and deviantART accounts, but the voting process takes 2-3 months. Visit threadless to follow me and be notified when I submit something new.
Q: Why didn’t I get a free shipping promotion on society6?
A: Society6 doesn’t always offer free shipping. If there is a free shipping promotion available at the time of your purchase, make sure you input the free shipping code at checkout provided by the website, otherwise you will not get the discount.
Q: Why isn’t (name of specific print) up in your store? I’d like to purchase it.
A: It’s probably being scored in a threadless.com contest. If my design is not chosen, I will put it up for sale in my store. Unfortunately, the process usually takes about 4-5 months. I’ll alert you when it’s for sale, if you ask about it. If you visit the item’s portfolio page, and it doesn’t have the threadless logo, I probably just haven’t put it up in my store yet for one reason or another. I’ll be happy to do so if you send me a note letting me know you’re ready to buy.
Q: Why didn’t you thank me for buying your art?
A: Society6 doesn’t tell me who bought what piece, they only show me what was purchased and what quantity. If you send me a note telling me that you bought something, I’ll certainly thank you and give you a high five when I see you next.
Q: Can I send you a photo of your art in my house? Will you put it up on your site?
A: Sure! I’m grateful to my fans and patrons and would love to see what you do with my designs/artwork. In fact, a few people have already done so. Check out Wanted: Uncle Sam Armed and Dangerous and Dark Lord for fan/customer photos.
Free Desktop Wallpapers
Free Design Resources
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