Crass Commercialism



Good news Americans! Say that you always wanted a copy of the above picture of Foster Q. Bunny on your wall, but didn’t know how to go about getting it. That dilemma is now over. My online store is now ready to take and fulfill your order!

Even before my Online Store saw the light of day, I was branded a sellout. Strangely, before I was even concerned about being called a sellout, I was warned not to worry about people that labeled me a sellout by Andree. Weird how that worked out.

Well, whether I’ve sold out or not, my Online Store is officially in existence. I’ve only really uploaded pictures that I took from January to April of 2010 thus far, but I am uploading more pictures every day.

You can view the store by following this link:

 

 

STORE (or Gallery that sells stuff)

 

 

Or if you are actually on the website, you can click on the STORE link on the top of this page.

You may be asking yourself, what is in the store for purchase. For the most part Prints. Prints of about every imaginable size and shape and finish.

But, there is more. You can also buy merchandise with you favorite Photography 139 images on it. Things like:

  • Photo Stickers
  • Postcards
  • Mouse Pads
  • Ceramic Tiles
  • Mahogany Desk Organizers
  • Keepsake Boxes
  • White Mugs
  • Black Mugs
  • Photo Puzzles
  • Key Tags
  • Refrigerator Magnets
  • Tote Bags
  • Mosaic Tiles
  • Playing Cards
  • Shirts
  • Aprons
  • Buttons

But of course, the most important thing is that people can buy prints very easily now. There might also be coupon codes for people who like such things in the future as well!

2 thoughts on “Crass Commercialism”

  1. My accuser is allegedly going to buy a mug if I send him a coupon. I’m working on the coupon technology.

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