The Receipt

© Timothy Tate 2012

Original Christmas Cards for Christmas! For Sale!

5 Christmas card designs, freshly drawn for you are now for sale from my Etsy shop!

Each card comes with an envelope in a cellophane sleeve, just like in a proper shop!

Here is one with a Christmas tree in it.  You can see the other designs by clicking on the images to the right of the main one here.
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They are blank inside so you can write your own soppy, Hallmark style verse and make your friends shed a festive tear of joy.

You can ask for cream or white card, or just leave that harrowing decision to me.

You can buy any number of each card as you wish (imagine pick 'n' mix, but with less sugar) for the following prices:

1 card -  €3
2 cards - €5
5 cards - €10
10 cards - €15

Each card will be freshly drawn for you, they are not prints, so will vary slightly from what you see here.  Each card will be signed on the back.
Card Size - A6 when folded
Height: 14.8 cm/5.8 Inches
Width: 10.5 cm/4.1 Inches 

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That link one more time: Freshly drawn xmas cards!

If you prefer your cards without Christmas imagery, you can get any drawing you've ever seen of mine done on a card here: greetings cards

Hope you like them.

With Festivities,

Prints and Stuff with my pictures on...

Prints are available to buy at hyper value prices from my Etsy shop.

Canvases, prints and even iPhone cases available from Society 6 .

A Facebook page to like and receive selected intermittent drawings in the form of those all important status updates that the world has learnt to expect.

Or of course the good old fashioned shop here, on Crayons Look Better Than They Taste, where every one of my finished drawings goes up.

You could also follow this blog or share things from it on all the credible sites by clicking on a button on the top of the page, or beneath a post.

That's the end of this sales pitch.  I hope you've enjoyed it as much as I have.


Oh yeah, they're all at it.

© Timothy Tate 2012

Elbow Trumpet

The last significant acoustic musical instrument invented was the infamous bendy horn of Belgian Adolphe Sax in the 1840s.

In attempt to right this long lapse in new, non-electric noise, I hereby propose, the Elbow Trumpet:

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Every serious artist should be skilled at interpreting the human form.  
For the following series of portraits, I have chosen the five people closest to all of our hearts - after all, they were the most Googled people of 2011. 

                                      #1 : Lady Gaga
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#2 Britney Spears
                        © Timothy Tate 2012


                                     #3 Kim Kardashian
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                                                                           #4 Victoria Beckham
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                                      #5 Justin Bieber
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