December 4, 2012
MILES BY BICYCLE (alternate version) — a friendly reminder of my new print, in this case the alternate version, printed in a color/black-and-white scheme, essentially the lineart printed over a scanned textured background, rich black on cream and white. Posh! I’m about to go inspect the proofs of these at the printer, and then orders should start going out over the weekend. All of this is potentially a part of my holiday sale, where orders of $50 or more can get 35% off with discount code DHARBMAS in my store. 

MILES BY BICYCLE (alternate version) — a friendly reminder of my new print, in this case the alternate version, printed in a color/black-and-white scheme, essentially the lineart printed over a scanned textured background, rich black on cream and white. Posh! I’m about to go inspect the proofs of these at the printer, and then orders should start going out over the weekend. All of this is potentially a part of my holiday sale, where orders of $50 or more can get 35% off with discount code DHARBMAS in my store

December 12, 2011
THE NANSEN EXPEDITION— I can’t remember if I already posted this or not. It’s a drawing of an old photo of the Nansen Expedition to the North Pole, one of a number of unsuccessful expeditions back in the days when people just couldn’t WAIT to lose parts of their bodies to frostbite in exchange for possibly blundering across an abstract point on the globe first. I drew this from a photo in National Geographic, January 2009, page 116.
Regardless! I’m selling the drawing for $40, if you want it message me through Tumblr or email me at dusty[AT]dharbin[DOT]com. I’ll edit this post once (Now) it’s sold. It’s pen on a creamy high-quality paper, about 7” x 8.5”.
And! I’m still having a holiday sale, for one more week. Click the link for all the details—the short version is a bunch of free prints, free shipping over $75, and a free one-hour drawing for orders over $100. Oh yeah! 

THE NANSEN EXPEDITION— I can’t remember if I already posted this or not. It’s a drawing of an old photo of the Nansen Expedition to the North Pole, one of a number of unsuccessful expeditions back in the days when people just couldn’t WAIT to lose parts of their bodies to frostbite in exchange for possibly blundering across an abstract point on the globe first. I drew this from a photo in National Geographic, January 2009, page 116.

Regardless! I’m selling the drawing for $40, if you want it message me through Tumblr or email me at dusty[AT]dharbin[DOT]com. I’ll edit this post once (Now) it’s sold. It’s pen on a creamy high-quality paper, about 7” x 8.5”.

And! I’m still having a holiday sale, for one more week. Click the link for all the details—the short version is a bunch of free prints, free shipping over $75, and a free one-hour drawing for orders over $100. Oh yeah! 

December 6, 2011
HOLIDAY PRINT BONUS FREEBIES SHIPPING SALE! Four prints will come with free other prints, for instance like the BEHOLD! THE DINOSAURS print above, plus a second 11x14” print featuring the cast of a very awesome 80’s movie. Free! Plus a bunch of others,fear not: all details are given unto you at my blog. 
They’re all shipping via Priority Mail for speedy holiday shipping. Also, free shipping for orders over $75, and a free One Hour Drawing for orders over $100. Holy cow!

HOLIDAY PRINT BONUS FREEBIES SHIPPING SALE! Four prints will come with free other prints, for instance like the BEHOLD! THE DINOSAURS print above, plus a second 11x14” print featuring the cast of a very awesome 80’s movie. Free! Plus a bunch of others,fear not: all details are given unto you at my blog. 

They’re all shipping via Priority Mail for speedy holiday shipping. Also, free shipping for orders over $75, and a free One Hour Drawing for orders over $100. Holy cow!

November 25, 2011

THE BEARS OF SUMMER. One of the one-hour drawings I’ve been doing, available for purchasing by you right here. All the ones thus far are here. Subject suggestion for this one: “Bears.”

THE BEARS OF SUMMER. One of the one-hour drawings I’ve been doing, available for purchasing by you right here. All the ones thus far are here. Subject suggestion for this one: “Bears.”

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