Saturday, February 13, 2010

ain't too proud to beg

It does not please me to keep on flogging my wares here on my blog, folks, but sometimes necessity dictates. So, I have put a sale on my prints and zines for a short time - 'til the end of the month or until I've paid my heating bill off. One or the other. I find it incredulous that I have had a huge bill and yet I've frozen my ass off all winter. I've walked around in the evenings with a hot water bottle strapped to me like some kind of hot water suicide bomber.

Anyway, as I'm artwork rich but money poor I have to try and raise some funds. So, I have knocked MONEY OFF my prints, plus I'm throwing in a FREE ZINE if you BUY NOW. So currently all this (top picture) could be yours for a very a teeny weeny price. If you've thought about buying before but not got round to it do it NOW!
And, also to make way for some new products for my shop there's also a SALE on my Molezines. Any cheaper and I'd be giving them away. So, folks, hope I haven't put you off coming back to my blog with all this slick professional sales talk (I know, I know, you're impressed). Come back soon and I promise to never mention it again. Well. Maybe.


Anonymous said...

I'm sorry to hear about your winter experiences. Stay warm! And I hope your art sells well!

bubblemunch said...

Folks ... go ahead! ... I have the brilliant 'All Stars' print and a fanzine.
They are a joy to have ... feast!

Nora Allsup Gardner said...

finally ordered.... been meaning to since christmas and not getting around to it... your drawings are great! :)

Anonymous said...

Your sketches are fantastic! I wish you all the luck with getting your heating bill paid- with your obvious determination and skill- I see many warmer days ahead for you!! Too bad the electric company doesn't trade in art.

Rick said...

Being a proud owner of an ANDREA JOSEPH print I can testify to the quality of the piece and the joy I have in purchasing one of this young lady's art—before she becomes so famous I couldn't dare afford to own one. (Think of it as an investment.)

Buy now - save her fingers from the cold!!!

Sinthia Typografica said...

SimpleMENTE GENIAL!!!!!!
desde Chile una super fans y admiradora....
pero cuanto talento!!!!
realmente me dejas sin habla con tus ilustraciones tan vívidas como en esos momentos tan particulares que nos haces participes como en un fragmento de tiempo - espacio en tu vida!!! de lo cotidiano a un gran salto ilustrado, bellamente con la simpleza del color y el real talento del trazo. La simpleza de lo bello.
Genial!!! y de tipografías a caligrafías ilustradas a modo de un diario o una página de agenda ilustrada!

Un abrazo cordial
en la distancia cercana

{ sinthia }

Pd. ojalá puedas traducir todo lo que te menciono, mi english is very poor!!!!! sorry, jajajajaja

Anonymous said...

Andrea, I love your work. I bought.
Warm hugs

Kay said...

I sympathise with the heating/bills anxieties, I live with my pensioner mother who has just received a bill for over £400 (combined heat and electricity) - it's criminal really. I've sat with hot water bottles and fingerless gloves, body warmers etc... too despite this. Your artwork is gorgeous though.

Drawing Wonderland said...

e sei o queres dizer!!
passei o inverno assim e ainda pior, quando está mesmo muito frio a agua chega fria quando se tenta tomar banho, é horrivel!!

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andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thank you all SO much. I'm so close to paying off the bill. I can't believe it.

Kay, I know exactly what you mean. Exactly. It's even more sad that a pensioner has to put up with that cold.

Thank you thank you thank you.

Lesley Purcell said...

Molezine is highly recommended! I love my copy... it will make you smile!

Nikira said...

Dear Andrea, I want your print, how should I buy it, through Etsy? Or other way?

epistyle said...

Bought ! I love it