Now that I’m moving past the vintage look in my designs, what’s going to happen to all those lovely sheets and sets?
This morning, I moved about 350 of them to a new $2 section. My change in direction is your bonus, because these used to be priced at $3.99 to $12.99. That’s 50% to 85% off!
Grab your bargain collage sheets in the new $2 Bargain Sheets section.
Since I started Ten Two Studios in 2005, I’ve relied heavily on vintage imagery for the products I produce. Over the past year or so, I’ve come to realize that while I’ve continued to produce vintage items for you to use in your artwork—I’ve stopped using them in the majority of my own pieces. That’s something I’ve thought about quite a bit while I’ve been laid up the last few months.
So. Going forward, you’re going to see a lot less of the vintage stuff from me, and more of what I’m focused on now: my own drawing, painting, and digital collage work. If you’ve been following my Facebook page, you’ve already seen some of the teasers I’ve posted of some of the new items I’m working on—like Betty, my latest paper doll:
I’m also working on some collage sets that will allow you to create art journal pages:
There will be more of these hand-drawn items in the coming months. I hope they will inspire you to continue creating with Ten Two Studios products!
Design team member Carolyn Brady made these pretty in pink artist trading cards using the Raspberry Truffle Pieces & Parts digital sheet.
Design team member Peace Schuyler shows her wicked sense of humor with these artist trading cards, made using images from the It’s Raining Men collage set and Nudes faux postage.
Design team member Carolyn Brady was inspired by Joseph Cornell’s Aviary shadow boxes when she created this set of artist trading cards. She used Patti’s Parrots faux postage, and discovered that Cornell used some of those very same vintage parrot prints in his own work.
Design team member Livia Hajovsky made these sweet and simple artist trading cards using images from Little Green Things and Little Purple Things.
Design team member Carolyn Brady was inspired by the opening credits of the HBO show Treme when she made these artist trading cards, using images from the Storyville and Octavia collage sets.
Livia Hajovsky made this matchbook shrine using an image from the Little Diversity sheet.