They can be so simple.
For those of you who don’t know Redbubble, it’s this fantastic site where artists can upload their artwork and have it placed on a variety of products. I’ve uploaded quite a bit of my own work to Redbubble and have made plenty of sales. Here’s the best of Redbubble I found today.
All these designs are available in a variety of products, such as shirts, phone cases, clocks, and more!
Holiday Mood by elenor27
I could do an entire post on elenor27’s work alone, all her art is whimsical and colorful and evokes a feeling of wellbeing.
RAD XV by metron
metron’s work is is dominated by geometric patterns in gorgeous muted colors. There are plenty more designs and styles in metron’s shop to see, this artist knows their color palettes!
Crowned Crane by Sandra Dieckmann
Oh my. I love everything about this piece: the textures in the graphic mountains and the patterns in the water; the giant crane dominating the composition looking absolutely larger than life, and the contrast of the warm oranges and cool teals. So good. I just have to decide what to put it on, because I think I need this in my house.
There’s so many fantastic artists on Etsy it’s almost impossible to keep up. Here’s what I found on Etsy today:
This is offered as a download in a variety of sizes. This is one of my favorite compositions for portraits with the subject below the middle of the piece.
Meerkat Art Print
Look at those faces! This fantastic photoshop mashup (hopefully!) captures such a sweet moment in this couple’s life!
Squirrel Portrait Print
And of course I had to include an illustration. This adorable print has a gorgeous, Victorian feel and looks straight out of a beloved children’s book.
It’s not often that I break out Illustrator and the trusty Intuos Pad but after I finished this number I was so proud of it that I wanted to do nothing but digital art from that point on. Of course, the need to feel real brushes pushing around real paint overcame me in about 2.3 hours, because I’m the ADHD artist.
Watercolor and gouache