Did you know Zazzle was the very first online art shop I ever opened? A few years ago, I opened a Zazzle shop just for fun and created a few bumper stickers, but I didn’t use the name PixelMist. Since I started PixelMist, I opened a RedBubble shop, a Society6 shop, and now a Zazzle shop. Each of the shops have their own unique products, so you get a broader product range this way.
Below are some wood phone cases with my “Old School” camaro hand-lettering image on them.
I love the design of this case simply because it’s wood, it’s simple, and I also love the clear border around it. There are three different shades of wood to choose from, and you can get it with a black border as well, if you use the customize option when you’re selecting your type of phone, etc.
This is the original “old school camaro” image I created. You can get this image printed on several items on my RedBubble, Society6, and Zazzle shops. Zazzle’s uploading and product customization process takes a little longer for the designers than the other two websites I use, so I don’t have all the products available with the “old school” image yet. Keep checking back at the shop for more products.
This hand lettering-piece was inspired by a character named Gansey, from the novel The Raven Boys, who is very wealthy but owns an old run-down, orange Camaro, because he loves retro/vintage things.
I love creating art that has been inspired by books I read. Reading is a great way to get ideas for artwork, and come up with random things you wouldn’t normally think of out of the blue. If you want to follow me on GoodReads, to see what I’m currently reading, what I’ve read, and what I would like to read, click here.
That’s it for now, have a happy Wednesday!