My photography, digital design, and poetry are now available from the following Authorized Production Partners.
FineArtAmerica and Pixels
Fine Art Prints
Selected Photography and Digital Design images are available on canvas, acrylic, wood, metal and fine art papers (framing and matting available) from my FAA Galleries. The Special Editions Collection features unique images, offered in select sizes, some for limited times only- many raising funds for specific causes and issues.
Selected images from my FAA catalog are also available on cards, notebooks, pillows and totebags at their Pixels.com site.
At one time or another I’ve had shops at pretty much every major merchandise Print On Demand website. As of now, the only shop other than Pixels/FAA is my Shop at Threadless.com. This includes the Official Romanovsky & Phillips Gift Shoppe.
Established to offer board games via Print-On-Demand technology, TGC has embraced the Tarot & Oracle Cards category. I worked with Sister Who to prepare production files for the Tarot of Sister Who as Jumbo 3.5″x5.5″ cards. Then a select range of those cards were converted to standard Tarot 2.75″x4.75″ cards at the same site.
Earlier this year TGC started offering printable custom ‘mint tin’ game containers. And then I saw pictures of a portable altar a friend created with a used commercial mint tin and the idea of Sister Flirt’s Meditation Tin & Portable Altar was born.
Printed Books, eBooks
Photography, digital design, and poetic prose is available in books (paperback and hard cover) printed on demand. My poetry chapbook and collected blog posts are also available as eBooks. See My Books page for the latest information.
# The bulk of the purchase price, plus any Shipping Charges, go to the Production Partner(s) for processing your order and delivering a high quality item made-to-order just for you;
# Pricing and Product Selection varies by Production Partner, are beyond my control, and are subject to change without notice;
# The GameCrafter website currently shows a 4 week turn around on orders- they do tend to be very conservative with their estimates. Quarantine seems to’ve increased both the number of people ordering games and the number of new games being created and uploaded.
There are any number of other Print-On-Demand websites that offer books, apparel, art prints. mugs or other products. Some I just don’t know about, some I’ve investigated but decided against using, and a few I no longer use. I am open to checking out new sites, but find very few that offer me, or you, enough benefit to justify the work required to set up and maintain a strong presence at their site.