I recently added a few new products to my online store, and pruned away a few old ones. The current inventory follows:
Products with fractals:
- Coffee mug with two related fractal images on a black background.
- Mousepad with fractal image resembling a sort of recursive spider web.
- Gift box with fractal image resembling a sort of recursive spider web.
Products with photographs I’ve taken in Australia:
- Coffee mug with two coastal scenes from Victoria, unified by use of black.
- Gift box with atmospheric sunset photo from Innes National Park, facing Wedge Island.
- Playing cards with waterfall photograph from Belair National Park. [NEW!]
- Keychain with photograph of a run-down old farmhouse.
Products with photographs taken overseas by me or my relatives:
- Playing cards with photograph of the Heavenly Lake, near Urumchi, China (taken by parents). [NEW!]
- Notebook with photograph from the Austrian alps, indicative of mountainous journey.
- Christmas tree decoration with winter scene from Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany (taken by parents).
- Keychain with photograph from Arundel Castle in England.
- (Also: calendar with photographs taken by parents on Beijing to St Petersburg tour. The published design is for 2012, but it should be possible to customise it for other years. I would consider publishing a new version if there is demand.)
- Coffee mug with collage of works by Renaissance artists, plus artist information.
- Coffee mug making fun of homeopathy, assisted by the Loch Ness Monster (featuring Antarctica photo by Paul Willis). [NEW!]
(Note: When browsing my store, the homeopathy parody mug will only show up if you have filters set to Moderate rather than Safe. A direct link will work either way.)
Friends with online stores include Stan Carey (Spreadshirt) and April Schoffstall (Zazzle). Also, I’m still using this mousepad, which I bought on Zazzle several years ago and would recommend to others.