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A few days ago, I was talking to a friend who bought some of my prints in Singapore. She suggested that I should sell more of them online. Truth is, I've considered this for a very long time but just didn't want to go through all the hassle of printing, packing and sending them to buyers when I could just use all the time and energy for creating new artworks. Then yesterday, I got an email from Society6 reminding us of how we can use the website's services. And I felt so stupid for forgetting their fine art prints, which I've signed up for more than a year now.


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To start it off, Giclée prints of Ma Bella Luna are now available at my Society6 shop. They are printed on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks with custom trimmed 2" border. Just a caveat though, this artwork was drawn and will look good on an 11.7 x 16.5" paper. I suggest that you order the small-sized print to get the most of the fine details. You can check the scale of the original artwork in the photo above




By the way, here's a photo of a framed Wise Monkeys triptych I gave my friends in Singapore. And I think Ma Bella Luna also looks good if it's framed.;)
First and foremost, I would like to thank :iconslydante: for suggesting a DD on sloth and to everyone who faved, commented and added me on their watchlist. I am currently very busy preparing for STGCC so I will try to reply to inquiries as soon as I'll be able to.:D

I don't know how it came to be but I think Singapore is calling me. Since February, I started collaborating with Kult for the Yahoo! Purplescape and a few other projects. Then came May and I received an invitation from Play Imaginative to exhibit in this year's Singapore Toy, Games and Comic Convention.

With these series of fortunate events, it made me wonder how all these things fell into place. I don't know but this is turning out to be a deliciously exciting experience. And I would like to share this gift of vision, this craft of expression to all of you. Yes, I am going to meet you, in Suntec City, bay-bee!

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For more details, please visit my blog. So if you're from or visiting Singapore, then Suntec is the place to be on August 14-16. Admission is Free! See you there!
You're not going to have a tattoo, I am talking about dressing your very own iPods, iPhones and laptops with protective skins! It's going to be swift and painless!

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For more information, please visit my blog www.bjornik.blogspot.com
I am deeply humbled by the overwhelming number of deviants who took the time to visit and congratulate me for winning in Wacom's Bring Your Vision to Life contest. Thank you very much.:blush: The truth is I never expected making it to this point with all the wonderful, creative and colorful submissions for the contest. And I wouldn't lie about not wanting the Intuos 4. I have been coloring with my reliable mouse since time immemorial because I can't afford to buy a tablet. So winning this contest is the best thing that ever happened to me in deviantArt.

I know that this would have been impossible without the dedicated dA staff who made the fair and tough decision of placing me in the semifinals, the Wacom panel of judges who I believe made a very fair selection of winners and to my friends, watchers and fellow deviants who showed their support until the very end... for that, I am eternally grateful to you.

I would also like to congratulate my fellow winners and all the deviants who participated in this contest for giving it their best shot. Not winning doesn't mean you're bad and winning doesn't necessarily equate to greatness. This is just one of the many contests that happen here in dA so let's all continue doing art.:)

Again, thank you very much! Expect colorful submissions from me once I get my hand on my Intuos 4.:D

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Hello friends!

I've already uploaded the last piece from my chess series and I'm afraid that the next will bore you to the death.

I've always wanted to make this account dedicated only to pen & ink but I'm afraid I will unite my other deviant account to this. I'll have early retirement from pen & ink and will be trying out acrylic instead. So expect colorful submissions from now on though I'd still be throwing in some random pen & inks.

And I have to make way for the greatest commission that I am so excited to upload here.:D

Thank you very much for your continued support- all the nice comments and favs. I can no longer thank you personally but every message coming from you is truly appreciated.

All the best,
Björnik