So, as you might’ve clocked, several of us are artists as well as bloggers! After a number of requests, here’s where you can buy some stuff based on the illustration work on this site.
Irritating note: annoyingly, we can only afford to ship things around within the UK at the moment! Sorry!
Markgraf’s Movie Adventures: Postcard set
Four of Markgraf’s cartoons from his reviews in handy postcard form! His reviews always come with art, so click on “Cinematical” on the sidebar on the right and have a look round if you’ve not seen them all!
There’s a BadRep logo on the reverse, but plenty of room to write your own messages. Stick them all over your walls, send them to your aunt, baffle your colleagues and delight your friends. The images we picked are 1) “The Reptile Whisperer”; 2) “Fools! I know surgery!”; 3) “Action Hero Academy” and 4) “We Must Leave The Crusades”.
You can read more about the decision to sell these (apart from the fact you lovely people were asking) in this post. The set is £5.99 plus postage.
Hodge’s Alphabet of Feminism: Hand-Mounted Prints
You can also grab some prints of Hodge’s art from her Alphabet of Feminism series.
Images are printed on high quality cartridge paper, and are hand mounted with thick ivory card mount to roughly 8 x 10″ (around A4 size). The images are paper-backed, with a handwritten label signed by the artist and showing the title and the print number. Prints will be lovingly wrapped when dispatched, and sent in a do-not-bend envelope.
Oh, and if you want two prints, select “two” from the dropdown below, and specify which ones in the PayPal “instructions to seller” box! You get both prints for the postage price of one, ’cause we’re nice like that. (Any more than two and you’ll have to email us, ’cause our button can’t handle your enthusiasm).
Note on recent price increases: Hodge’s life is becoming increasingly busy, and her spare time harder to find. For this reason she has decided to hang up her craft knife and buy the mounts pre-cut, because cutting them herself is a risky and often infuriating business. This has the advantage to you that you get your print more quickly (and with a beyond excellent finish) but as mounts cost when they’re pre-cut, that means adding an extra £3 onto the cost of the finished item. Nothing complicated, no funny business, just the cost of the mount straight on there.