Last market, like forever. More art, less product. Sunday the 1st of December

The choice was taken out of my hands. I was going to stop doing my the markets anyway, as all I was doing was paying the stall rent. It’s all very nice being out there, and people saying nice things about my artwork. But, really I’m quite happy to spend that Sunday at home and make no money.  But the markets decided that they would pull the plug before I got the chance to quit. Now I’m really kind of pissed.

So this will be your last chance. I will continue to do the occasional zine fair, as they are fun, and cost nothing to do. I’m also pulling my work out of all retail outlets. I’m going to remove all my artwork from Redbubble at the end of the year. That’s it!!

Don’t expect any bargains. What I don’t sell goes on the Barbeque. So stay away vultures. You didn’t want it before. You don’t get it for free now.

But don’t worry, I will never stop making art. I’m just stopping making product.

Eveleigh Artisans Market. Last one ever, Wilson St, Darlington NSW. Sunday the 1st of December 2013.

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