Thursday, February 26, 2009
New products, new designs, whatnot.
Stuff like this:
And such and so forth. I've been working on many things and forgot all about old tried and true Blogger. I feel shame.
shop here or here.
Monday, June 04, 2007
my disgusting art online store has had some recent changes. If you currently link to my shop for commissions, or would like to, please read the update:
The CafePress Affiliate Program is now powered by Commission Junction. Visit here for Best Linking Practices and more info from CafePress. Commission Junction is free and easy to use. Sign up is much like it was for the CafePress program. CJ is secure, trusted and many companies use them to power their affiliate programs.
The new link structure for linking to my shop, once you are signed up with Commission Junction, is this:
(please replace 'xxxxxxx' with your new CJ PID)
Remember, once you have signed up with CJ, use the NEW linking structure. For further assistance with the new affiliate program, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I will be updating mydisgustingart.com with the new info as soon as possible.
Friday, April 27, 2007
He titled his artwork, "Two Holes on a House". Yes, that's right. Brilliant.
There are tons of styles, colors and sizes of shirts to choose from. Men, women and children will benefit greatly from my son's genius, abstract illustration.
If you want to look good and feel good and look good... get over there and buy a bajillion. Don't break my adorable son's heart. He's very excited about his artwork being on t-shirts.
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
Be sure to check out the Design Submission Guidelines and get your design featured on Uneetee.com!
Today's Tee is titled "High Altitude Fishing" by Michael Myers from Boone, Iowa:
Check out Past Design Winners Here
Wednesday, February 07, 2007
ROME — It could be humanity's oldest story of doomed love. Archaeologists have unearthed two skeletons from the Neolithic period locked in a tender embrace and buried outside Mantua, just 25 miles south of Verona, the romantic city where Shakespeare set the star-crossed tale of Romeo and Juliet.
Buried between 5,000 to 6,000 years ago, the prehistoric lovers are believed to have been a man and a woman and are thought to have died young, as their teeth were found intact, said Elena Menotti, the archaeologist who led the dig.
"As far as we know, it's unique," Menotti told The Associated Press by telephone from Milan. "Double burials from the Neolithic are unheard of, and these are even hugging."
The burial site was located Monday during construction work for a factory building in the outskirts of Mantua. Alongside the couple, archaeologists found flint tools, including arrowheads and a knife, Menotti said.
Experts now will study the artifacts and the skeletons to determine the burial site's age and how old the two were when they died, she said.