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    • CommentAuthorsunexplodes
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008 edited
    my girlfriend sells shirts and art prints here
    happy world
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    seven bridges photography

    Photos from my frantic brain - matted and unmatted prints available. $20-70 (mostly around $25).

    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    droob, how do you go about making prints of your and your girlfriend's work? Do you take it to Kinko's or whatever and have them do it, or do you have some process at home?

    Sorry to de-rail the thread here, people.
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    We have a big ’ol pigment ink printer that does most of the heavy lifting. It's an investment, and wrestling with color profiles is no fun, but I've gotten used to the process.
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    My buddy Jon Carling has some of his brilliant illustrations on Etsy.
    Howling Spark Hypnocat by Jon Carling
    You can also find him on MySpace, if you're into that sort of thing.
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    I have a few art prints (if they've even shown up yet) at my Etsy shop, which is GNOMISH!

    • CommentAuthorLaurennMcC
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008 edited
    I have a store as well -

    I sell prints of my illo work, as well as some posters:
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    • CommentAuthorsquiberis
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008 edited
    My etsy shop is here: Nervous System (more available at

    We sell futuristic rubber necklaces and bracelets

    radiolaria necklacenull
    • CommentAuthorBeastlies
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    I make very small monsters.
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    I would love you to have a look at my etsy shop art4friends
    you may find something fun and joyful that you like!

    Buy Handmade
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    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008 edited
    This thread is definitely food for thought; I've really been dragging my ass when it comes to actually selling my art.

    How reliable is this service? Anybody run into any problems? At one point I was considering doing an art book through a book-publishing company that shall remain unnamed, but a friend of mine's nightmarish experiences with Lu - er, with the unnamed company, convinced me to look elsewhere.
    • CommentAuthorxinit
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008

    They (etsy) do what they're supposed to well enough; that is, provide a simple, easy to use shopping cart for the seller and the buyer. They don't advertise for you, and they don't hold your hand all that much, and the price is fair; though there are always sellers on the etsy forums bitching about how etsy isn't promoting their store in some special way or other. Overall, pretty decent, and has saved me the hassle of creating a real stand-alone cart solution to this point.
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    I keep telling myself I'll put some prints and some of my random crafty things up on etsy.

    This thread both inspires and frightens me. Also, it will cost me all of my money.
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    No time like the present to stop slacking and get on this Etsy train I suppose. I've put up some of my original drawings and mixed-media weirdness, and also a minicomic I did a while back...
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    @howyadoin: It's a solid, mature piece of software. We've sold over 5500 items, and have never had a problem on Etsy's end.

    The forums can get a little scary, though. Stay out of the forums.
    • CommentAuthormrslate
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
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    Almost all shipments include a hand-drawn ACEO. Some have other, special prizes. I am about to start offering some new prints, sew-on canvas patches, and larger prints as well. More originals will be listed soon, too. As in, a few minutes from now.
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
    Thanks to xinit and droob. That's just the kind of info I was lookin' for.