While unpacking my art stuff, I found some long-lost screen-printed patches, and some packets of kraft paper sticker blanks I had no memory of buying. So I rejigged some old artwork to create some stickers.
The stickers are £1 for a pack of three, and the patches £1.50 each. Prices include UK postage. Find them here.
I’ve now got these tree and snail badges made from vintage charms from the 70s available in the shop. The trees are £4 / US$5 / €5 and the snails are £3/ US$3.75 /€3.75 (exchange rates may fluctuate).
To celebrate the start of the new year, I’ve got a 10% discount in the shop and free UK shipping (international shipping is calculated by weight). There’s zines, colouring books, vintage stamp badges and vintage haberdashery.
Just enter the promotional code 2017 at the checkout.
The shop will be closed from the 16th of December to the 2nd of January.
Last order dates for delivery before Christmas:
UK– 15th December
EU, USA and Canada– 14th December
Australia & New Zealand– 10th December
Rest of the World– 7th December
About five years ago I did two risograph prints, one based on Diana Wynne Jones’ Fire and Hemlock, and the other on Euripides’ Bacchae. Each print was an edition of 50, and I sold all of them a long a time ago (except for a couple of copies I kept for myself). Now I have a giclée printer though, I have resurrected them as a new edition. This time they’re printed on Canson Infinity rag museum paper, which is an acid free and archival watercolour paper for fine art digital printing.
For the curious, the Greek text reads “I caught this young lion myself, without a trap” and comes from the scene where Agave presents Dionysus with her own son’s severed head.
Available from the shop for £10 each. The price includes UK postage, international is extra.
I’m moving house in the near future, and have been decluttering and getting rid of or selling things quite a bit. I found a thick A3 folder with prints in, so I’m having a big print sale to clear them. All 10×8 prints are £5, and A3 posters are £8, and when they’re gone, they’re gone. UK postage is free, and international shipping is automatically calculated by weight.
I’ve been very busy this week. On Wednesday I moved all my stuff out of London and into storage until the end of May, and visited my dad, then took the train up to Sheffield to see friends and table at the Sheffield Zine Fest. I had a great time, but I was exhausted and fell asleep at 7pm on Saturday! I’m going back to Yorkshire this weekend for a friend’s wedding, and then Italy the following week (ridiculously, it was cheaper to go on holiday to Lake Garda, hardly the cheapest region of Italy, than it was to extend my tenancy a week in London. Let that one sink in… ). When I come back towards the end of May, I’ll then go to Sussex to house-sit for the summer.
In between that I somehow found the time to finish two zines ready for the zine fair. I’ve also opened my own online shop, with zines, vintage haberdashery and letter and mail themed goodies. I was increasingly fed up of Etsy and their constantly changing policies, and the basic shop that comes with my webhosting kept letting people order products that had sold out. So I’ve spent countless incredibly boring hours setting up a WooCommerce shop. It wasn’t time wasted though, as it looks really nice though and works out the shipping very accurately! UK shipping is also free. When I’m reunited with my stuff from storage there will also be a lot more haberdashery and zine back issues.
You can find it at shop.anoteonarainynight.com or just click the shop button in the menu
There is also 10% off for new customers with the code HELLO
I’ve made a return to Etsy. I was using the built in shop that comes with my web-hosting because there are no listing charges, but I was having issues with it allowing sold out items to be paid for, so I’ve gone back to Etsy- my shop is emmajane.etsy.com. It seems incredible that I’ve had an account there for 10 years now! To celebrate, blog readers can get a 10% discount with the code FEB10. There’s currently zines and a selection of vintage jacquard trim for sewing. I think the cat pattern will sell out quickly!
I have some A4 prints of this design left, and over New Year’s I’m selling them for £3.50 + postage in my shop. On high quality 250gsm semi-gloss paper. When they’re gone they’re gone. I’ve also added loads of old zines to the shop, including lots of mini zine at a bargain 30p and 60p each. Read more