A new take on last year’s coffee cat poster art.
Stickers are a fun, inexpensive way to dress up your notebook or laptop with a bit of my artwork. My Redbubble shop offers high-quality vinyl stickers in four sizes ranging from 3×3 inch to 14×14 inch. Here’s a photo of my laptop decorated with small (approx. 3×3 inch) stickers—tiny dog added for scale. 😉
Each purchase boosts my design’s search ranking within Redbubble and searches are the primary way that customers find my artwork. I’m trying to get my art seen by more customers during the fall holiday buying season, so if you’ve considered purchasing my designs, now is the perfect time to do it! Right now, buy any 4 stickers and get 25% off. Buy any 10 and get 50% off.
A Bengal tiger design based on one of my daily drawings.
Into each life a little color must splash!
My wife is a Clemson football fanatic and the tiger is Clemson’s mascot, so I felt compelled to create this monument to orange and purple!
Visit Redbubble, to get the Tiger as a sticker, art board, t-shirt, scarf, and many other items.
Do your pets watch too much TV?
Meanwhile, in an alternate universe.
Our now departed Kordell Kitty (2014) was a handsome cat. He had tuxedo markings, which brought to mind high social standing, secret agent espionage and royalty. What a nice way to remember him.
In truth, Kordell was not a cat about town. He rarely left the house and was scared of his own shadow. Here’s the source photo for Kordell’s portrait. I think he’d just woken up from a nap, so he looks pretty alert for a cat who spent most of the day in a “coma.”
Learn how to create this style of vector portrait by reading my tutorial: How to Create a Vector Portrait