Sunday, July 7, 2013

Okay, okay. You can buy this.


I often get requests to make my art available to buy. Truthfully, I do my blog for my own amusement, but some parodies I am comfortable with selling. I just have never had the time to research for the best printer. I realized this week that I have an old Zazzle account. So, I've put the above art for sale on shirts, prints and canvases.
You can order through Zazzle. Click here! Whoa! Edit: Zazzle removed it! Let me check on that an I'll get back to you....

If you have other formats you would like to see, please let me know.

Btw, I'm very happy to mention, if you happen to buy the August issue of Glamour magazine (out this Tuesday), you'll find a version of my "Oops Woman" within its glossy pages. Thank you Glamour!

10 comments:

SallyP said...

This is wonderful. Oddly enough...you would think that this would happen more often.

bottleHeD said...

Wasn't this sold on Threadless a while back?

Kerry Callen said...

Threadless sold (and is selling) the MAN version of this situation. You can see my original post here-- http://kerrycallen.blogspot.com/2012/07/super-embarrassing.html

Charmaine Bride said...

Saw the glamour issue and love your work

Chloe said...

Cool!

Nima Fakhrara said...

Hey Kerry! Just purchased the man version of this, do you happen to know the sale status of the female version?

Tahitia Belle Fille said...

Hello, I model under the name Tahitia Belle Fille, I'm a huge fan of your work and I was wondering if I could have your permission to try to re-create your "Oops Woman" illustration in a live-action photoshoot?

I think it would be a lot of fun to do if you're okay with it and I'd give you credit every time the picture is shared.

Kerry Callen said...

Tahitia, that's sounds like a very fun thing to see! I appreciate your asking first. Consider this permission. If you plan to sell images, please contact me at the email seen at the bottom of the side column of this blog. Thx.

Anonymous said...

Any news yet on when this will become available to buy again?

Kerry Callen said...

Thanks for asking!

My place of employment has recently decided that if its employees sell prints might be a "conflict of interest". I'm unsure what my next steps will be. :(