I’m happy to announce that Tenuki Handcrafts is open for business!  For the grand re-opening I’m offering print-on demand for my photographic and mixed media art at Society6 and Red Bubble. As of this post, both shops have the same images. Both sites offer prints, framed prints, wrapped canvases, tote bags, pillows, tee shirts, and phone/tablet skins of various sizes. Each site offers a few different products, listed below.

The image in today’s post is a new work that merges my mixed media art with my photographs. Meet Keiko, seen here on Zila IV, and she will be a recurring character in future work.

Contrary to my 6/22 post, I have included both photographic and mixed media works in my shops.


In addition to prints, Society6 offers shower curtains, clocks, mugs.  Not all images are available for all items at this time, since I have to create separate files for the non-print items. I’m finding some of the file sizes requirements to be, shall we say, finicky.  You may stop by my Society6 shope here.  If you like what you see at any of the shops, please promote items.  Society6 promotes artists on their front page by number of promotions. So yes, it is a popularity contest. You don’t need an account to buy product, but you do need an account to promote items.

Red Bubble offers a niftier shop interface. It’s easier to upload art and they scale it for most items for me. My works are arranged in galleries, which is a fancy way to say I have categorized my work into Photography, Digital Mixed Media and Abstract.  In addition to the prints and such, Red Bubble offers greeting cards, metal prints, and stickers.  Tee shirts and stickers are not yet available in my Red Bubble shop, which you may visit here. You don’t need to become a member to purchase on Red Bubble, who is celebrating the 4th of July with 15% off purchases. Use the code 04JUL2014. 

You’ll have to create an account at each site to purchase.  Both sites offer many payment options.

My original art is not yet for sale.  I will be participating in local craft fairs closer to the winter holidays.  I’ll be updating the products regularly as I create new works, so be sure to visit often.