My Boxing Week Sale is live on my Etsy and Custom print shop! From now till Jan 1st everything in my shops is 20% OFF baby!
Snap up your favorite goodies on Etsy here and customize your own prints on my Custom Print Shop here with code BOXING2018 .
It’s your Last Chance to collect prints like Ajna, Cirque Du Miel, Soots Away and others on my Custom Print shop! Check the Last Chance section for prints before they retire Jan 5th.
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It’s a Canadian tradition to end the year with a bang so I hope you like my special sale! I’m also going to include an exclusive Muffler magnet with each order oh baby! Hugs and holiday squishes to you lovelies you are the best!
Here’s MY personal Best Nine of 2017. This year has been a crazy, unexpected whirlwind! Especially for me creatively. So I wanted to look back and choose 9 pics from my feed that I think made a mark on me as an artist. It’s important to look back to see how we grow and change and take notes for the future. This year I expressed many sides of my personality, the fun side with my fuzzbutt bees, the environmental side with the 3 eyed Ajna, the ridiculous side with my zombees. I opened up in ways I hadn’t before, like sharing my fan fiction art through Patreon (Bethyl forever!), deciding to channel love over hate with my new @coreyhelfordgallery show “Sky”. I pushed myself technically with “La Madre” one of my biggest most intricate paintings to date, I painted a boy, “Dorian Grey” mixing rainbows and literature, I spent a year completing my rainbow fox, and I brought my love of doll furniture together with my love of custom toys! I published my first ever online comic “Davinchibi” and launched my Etsy with the help of Asami! Tasha, my amazing coordinator knocked it out of the Park this year! She helped me build my Patreon and so much more. I did things this year that I hadn’t done before, traveled more than ever and took creative risks. It hasn’t been an easy year, I think many can relate. This year forced me to push myself to work harder and deal with tragedies. 2017 almost felt apocalyptic. Hate surfaced in ways I didn’t expect and it hurt my heart so gravely that I changed my entire direction for my solo show for Corey Helford next year. I decided to take a stand for my beliefs that ALL humans are equal. I want my art to inspire and heal, to bring people together, to spread love. I hope that I’ve brought smiles to your faces and been there through the hard times. My new motto is “Love over Hate”. I have some big plans for next year, I talk about them here on my new Huffington Post interview. You can read it here! Now that the year is ending it’s time to look forward to what we can accomplish in 2018! Stay strong and let your freak flag fly my lovelies!! I can’t thank you enough for all your likes and comments and support. You make me so happy! I want to wish you the Happiest New Years ever! Let’s celebrate with love! Big hugs and all my best!