Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?
Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!
My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com

Need a T-shirt design? How about a dozen different designs based on a single theme? A theme like…. oh, I don’t know…. gorillas?

Certified Silverback recently hired me through my Elance profile to craft a dozen designs with a gorilla theme. Check them out above!

My understanding of the production methods available today also means that I create files you can actually use, and you can hire me too! Email me for more info. andabelart@gmail.com

Buy out 10 - provide hope to 46,500,000

THE 10 RICHEST PEOPLE IN THE US…

have a combined wealth of $410.5B (that’s this much: 410,500,000,000 dollars) according to ‘The Forbes 400: The Richest People in America’ list. According to the 2012 Census, there are 46.5M people (that’s 46,500,000 people) stuck at or below the poverty level in the US. If you sacrifice the top 10 people (and I mean more ‘comfortable retirement’ than ‘sleeping with the fishes’ when I say sacrifice), and distribute the money equally among the poorest 46,500,000 people (I think in math it would be represented like this: 10 < 46,500,000), each person would receive $8827.95. Two people join resources that’s $17,655.90, and so on. That would be enough for some people to start a business, get more education, pay some medical bills, get a place to live or reliable mode of transportation. The other 390 richest people in America could buy up assets and businesses so nothing would really change. The only thing different is when those 10 people cash out, they don’t get the cash. Give em a reality TV show, national hero status, let em keep a mansion and a couple cars. Give 46.5M people an actual chance.

WHAT&#8217;S WRONG WITH YOU!?!
&#8230;is a question you might hear from time to time, but I&#8217;m the type of person who likes to think there are answers out there, and that these are but a few of them.
Recently there was a big news story about a wedding disaster photo that had Jeff Goldblum and a T-Rex. Because Jeff Goldblum was in a movie with a T-Rex. So yeah, important - news worthy. It was all over the internet, trending #1, making TV shows, etc. It&#8217;s famous because of famous, and that leaves no room for anyone else. That&#8217;s one of the things that&#8217;s wrong with your society.
I did a couple of themed wedding disaster photos as a freelance job not too long ago. I think they are done really well. Lots of examples to point to, but it basically comes down to how full and alive my images are. Background and foreground elements give it depth. Dust and selective motion blurring give them life. An abundance of added imagery asks you to delve deep into the image to see everything. In fact, I think it&#8217;s a little better than just plopping a T-Rex in the background, but this photo didn&#8217;t make the rounds because it&#8217;s a cool new idea (it&#8217;s not) or done particularly well (I&#8217;ll spare you the boring critique). It made the rounds because someone famous was doing something they did long ago to help make them famous, and famous is just more important than average. That&#8217;s another thing that&#8217;s wrong with your society.
I decided to post my work in the comment section of a couple websites. BuzzFeed kicked my comment almost immediately, but I was able to track interaction on my post to IGN where other readers, 13 of them, had voted to send my post to the top of the comment string (they thought others might like to see my work). That was 8 more votes than the other top reply, but quickly thereafter my post was deleted. I think they had a problem with my wanting to make money by creating that style of photo for others - outrageous, I know. The use of fame and power to oppress capitalist efforts is also one of the things that&#8217;s wrong with your society.
If the article had been about cool wedding disaster photo ideas, or well done graphic design and photo manipulation work, then my comment should have been right at home where it was. My examples should have been embraced by the publisher the way they were by readers. But that&#8217;s not what it was about. The article is about allowing you average people a glimpse into the world of famous - you shouldn&#8217;t be able to get that for yourself. To some extent it&#8217;s part of the early marketing work for the upcoming &#8216;Jurassic World.&#8217; And it&#8217;s a blaring example of how those at the top are the only ones allowed to be there. That might be the biggest thing wrong with your society.
I&#8217;ve attached both examples, the famous one from Adam Biesenthal and mine, so that you can be the judge for yourself. WHAT&#8217;S WRONG WITH YOU!?!
&#8230;is a question you might hear from time to time, but I&#8217;m the type of person who likes to think there are answers out there, and that these are but a few of them.
Recently there was a big news story about a wedding disaster photo that had Jeff Goldblum and a T-Rex. Because Jeff Goldblum was in a movie with a T-Rex. So yeah, important - news worthy. It was all over the internet, trending #1, making TV shows, etc. It&#8217;s famous because of famous, and that leaves no room for anyone else. That&#8217;s one of the things that&#8217;s wrong with your society.
I did a couple of themed wedding disaster photos as a freelance job not too long ago. I think they are done really well. Lots of examples to point to, but it basically comes down to how full and alive my images are. Background and foreground elements give it depth. Dust and selective motion blurring give them life. An abundance of added imagery asks you to delve deep into the image to see everything. In fact, I think it&#8217;s a little better than just plopping a T-Rex in the background, but this photo didn&#8217;t make the rounds because it&#8217;s a cool new idea (it&#8217;s not) or done particularly well (I&#8217;ll spare you the boring critique). It made the rounds because someone famous was doing something they did long ago to help make them famous, and famous is just more important than average. That&#8217;s another thing that&#8217;s wrong with your society.
I decided to post my work in the comment section of a couple websites. BuzzFeed kicked my comment almost immediately, but I was able to track interaction on my post to IGN where other readers, 13 of them, had voted to send my post to the top of the comment string (they thought others might like to see my work). That was 8 more votes than the other top reply, but quickly thereafter my post was deleted. I think they had a problem with my wanting to make money by creating that style of photo for others - outrageous, I know. The use of fame and power to oppress capitalist efforts is also one of the things that&#8217;s wrong with your society.
If the article had been about cool wedding disaster photo ideas, or well done graphic design and photo manipulation work, then my comment should have been right at home where it was. My examples should have been embraced by the publisher the way they were by readers. But that&#8217;s not what it was about. The article is about allowing you average people a glimpse into the world of famous - you shouldn&#8217;t be able to get that for yourself. To some extent it&#8217;s part of the early marketing work for the upcoming &#8216;Jurassic World.&#8217; And it&#8217;s a blaring example of how those at the top are the only ones allowed to be there. That might be the biggest thing wrong with your society.
I&#8217;ve attached both examples, the famous one from Adam Biesenthal and mine, so that you can be the judge for yourself.

WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU!?!

…is a question you might hear from time to time, but I’m the type of person who likes to think there are answers out there, and that these are but a few of them.

Recently there was a big news story about a wedding disaster photo that had Jeff Goldblum and a T-Rex. Because Jeff Goldblum was in a movie with a T-Rex. So yeah, important - news worthy. It was all over the internet, trending #1, making TV shows, etc. It’s famous because of famous, and that leaves no room for anyone else. That’s one of the things that’s wrong with your society.

I did a couple of themed wedding disaster photos as a freelance job not too long ago. I think they are done really well. Lots of examples to point to, but it basically comes down to how full and alive my images are. Background and foreground elements give it depth. Dust and selective motion blurring give them life. An abundance of added imagery asks you to delve deep into the image to see everything. In fact, I think it’s a little better than just plopping a T-Rex in the background, but this photo didn’t make the rounds because it’s a cool new idea (it’s not) or done particularly well (I’ll spare you the boring critique). It made the rounds because someone famous was doing something they did long ago to help make them famous, and famous is just more important than average. That’s another thing that’s wrong with your society.

I decided to post my work in the comment section of a couple websites. BuzzFeed kicked my comment almost immediately, but I was able to track interaction on my post to IGN where other readers, 13 of them, had voted to send my post to the top of the comment string (they thought others might like to see my work). That was 8 more votes than the other top reply, but quickly thereafter my post was deleted. I think they had a problem with my wanting to make money by creating that style of photo for others - outrageous, I know. The use of fame and power to oppress capitalist efforts is also one of the things that’s wrong with your society.

If the article had been about cool wedding disaster photo ideas, or well done graphic design and photo manipulation work, then my comment should have been right at home where it was. My examples should have been embraced by the publisher the way they were by readers. But that’s not what it was about. The article is about allowing you average people a glimpse into the world of famous - you shouldn’t be able to get that for yourself. To some extent it’s part of the early marketing work for the upcoming ‘Jurassic World.’ And it’s a blaring example of how those at the top are the only ones allowed to be there. That might be the biggest thing wrong with your society.

I’ve attached both examples, the famous one from Adam Biesenthal and mine, so that you can be the judge for yourself.

Thanks today going out to Constance in Twin Falls, ID for her recent purchase of my pixel art play area design as a twin bedspread and pillowcase set from CafePress.
Check out the whole line of Playtime2Bedtime designs here:http://www.cafepress.com/playtime2bedtime
Additional thanks today going out to Heather in Pottsville, PA for her recent purchase of my Diamond Princess design on a license plate.
Check out over 140 designs available on hundreds of products by clicking here: http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart
And finally today, thanks going out to Joanna in Massachusetts for her purchase of my Impressionist Ballerina painting on a neoprene lunch bag - just in time for back to school!
See my original artwork as prints, or dozens of other products, right here:http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart/11144277 Thanks today going out to Constance in Twin Falls, ID for her recent purchase of my pixel art play area design as a twin bedspread and pillowcase set from CafePress.
Check out the whole line of Playtime2Bedtime designs here:http://www.cafepress.com/playtime2bedtime
Additional thanks today going out to Heather in Pottsville, PA for her recent purchase of my Diamond Princess design on a license plate.
Check out over 140 designs available on hundreds of products by clicking here: http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart
And finally today, thanks going out to Joanna in Massachusetts for her purchase of my Impressionist Ballerina painting on a neoprene lunch bag - just in time for back to school!
See my original artwork as prints, or dozens of other products, right here:http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart/11144277 Thanks today going out to Constance in Twin Falls, ID for her recent purchase of my pixel art play area design as a twin bedspread and pillowcase set from CafePress.
Check out the whole line of Playtime2Bedtime designs here:http://www.cafepress.com/playtime2bedtime
Additional thanks today going out to Heather in Pottsville, PA for her recent purchase of my Diamond Princess design on a license plate.
Check out over 140 designs available on hundreds of products by clicking here: http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart
And finally today, thanks going out to Joanna in Massachusetts for her purchase of my Impressionist Ballerina painting on a neoprene lunch bag - just in time for back to school!
See my original artwork as prints, or dozens of other products, right here:http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart/11144277 Thanks today going out to Constance in Twin Falls, ID for her recent purchase of my pixel art play area design as a twin bedspread and pillowcase set from CafePress.
Check out the whole line of Playtime2Bedtime designs here:http://www.cafepress.com/playtime2bedtime
Additional thanks today going out to Heather in Pottsville, PA for her recent purchase of my Diamond Princess design on a license plate.
Check out over 140 designs available on hundreds of products by clicking here: http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart
And finally today, thanks going out to Joanna in Massachusetts for her purchase of my Impressionist Ballerina painting on a neoprene lunch bag - just in time for back to school!
See my original artwork as prints, or dozens of other products, right here:http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart/11144277

Thanks today going out to Constance in Twin Falls, ID for her recent purchase of my pixel art play area design as a twin bedspread and pillowcase set from CafePress.

Check out the whole line of Playtime2Bedtime designs here:
http://www.cafepress.com/playtime2bedtime

Additional thanks today going out to Heather in Pottsville, PA for her recent purchase of my Diamond Princess design on a license plate.

Check out over 140 designs available on hundreds of products by clicking here: http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart

And finally today, thanks going out to Joanna in Massachusetts for her purchase of my Impressionist Ballerina painting on a neoprene lunch bag - just in time for back to school!

See my original artwork as prints, or dozens of other products, right here:http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart/11144277

I just passed the 20,000 view mark in my RedBubble store!
http://www.redbubble.com/people/andabelart/portfolio
Here are some of the most popular, but please take a moment to thumb through my entire collection! I just passed the 20,000 view mark in my RedBubble store!
http://www.redbubble.com/people/andabelart/portfolio
Here are some of the most popular, but please take a moment to thumb through my entire collection! I just passed the 20,000 view mark in my RedBubble store!
http://www.redbubble.com/people/andabelart/portfolio
Here are some of the most popular, but please take a moment to thumb through my entire collection! I just passed the 20,000 view mark in my RedBubble store!
http://www.redbubble.com/people/andabelart/portfolio
Here are some of the most popular, but please take a moment to thumb through my entire collection!

I just passed the 20,000 view mark in my RedBubble store!

http://www.redbubble.com/people/andabelart/portfolio

Here are some of the most popular, but please take a moment to thumb through my entire collection!

My Minecraft inspired play area design has been a huge hit on CafePress, but you can also get it on products other than bedding just like Buffy from Pleasant Prairie, WI did with her recent purchase of that design on a shower curtain!http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart.1317368544

My Minecraft inspired play area design has been a huge hit on CafePress, but you can also get it on products other than bedding just like Buffy from Pleasant Prairie, WI did with her recent purchase of that design on a shower curtain!

http://www.cafepress.com/andabelart.1317368544

Here&#8217;s another recent sale from my CafePress store. Thanks this time going out to Eric in Concord, NC!Check out the over 100 designs I currently have available here:www.cafepress.com/andabelart, and keep an eye open for new designs added all the time!

Here’s another recent sale from my CafePress store. Thanks this time going out to Eric in Concord, NC!

Check out the over 100 designs I currently have available here:www.cafepress.com/andabelart, and keep an eye open for new designs added all the time!