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July 3, 2009

Categories: Marketplace News
Gothic Fairy
Gothic Fairy.
© Molly Harrison.

Today we are featuring Fantasy Art of Molly Harrison

Today's feature is for the shop for Molly Harrison. Her specialty is fantasy art painted with watercolors. The pastel colors and soft tones give her pieces a ethereal quality which suits her subjects well. Her shop has several different product lines and we will try and cover most of them with the products we feature here.

We hope you enjoy her work and at the bottom of this post you will find more links to web sites.
My name is Molly Harrison and I am a fantasy artist working out of my studio in my home in the northern California valley. I work mainly in watercolor and ink and my genre is mainly fantasy art. My original paintings are offered on eBay (for now) and have been for the past few years. I also am licensed for many products, including figurines, greeting cards, fabric blocks, and more. High quality fine art prints and more goodies can be found at my website,

If you like what you see...

© Images © Molly Harrison.

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July 2, 2009

Categories: Marketplace News
© VW. Used by permission.

Today we are featuring our own V-W Marketplace

There are have changes and new designs added to our own store in the past several weeks. On any given day we try to add a new product or designs to keep the shop fresh with new merchandise. The most recent product now available are shoes.

The Ked's company teamed up last year with Zazzle to create individual personalized tie and slip on shoes for woman and children. We are proud to say we have created a few from some of the contributed paintings we've had in our marketplace for some time now. We also have our first ever product for children. Always Smiling's successful Red Chicken painting now adorns a child's slip on Ked's sneaker with read and white polka dots on the side and back. You'll see them featured below. They are cute! We hope to have in the future a children's shop to offer merchandise.

Right now the shoes are all available under our New Products line but soon they will have their own line for themselves. They'll be an announcement once this is available but for now you can still see them either on the Marketplace home page or in the New Products line page.

Another new change is our four Volume Discount pages now listed in our shop. To view them while in our V-W Marketplace go to their links on the right hand side of the homepage under the heading Featured Products.

You will see one link for each of our Zazzle shops; USA, UK, Canada & Australia. You can save $$ when buying in bulk (when necessary of course) on items such as cards, posters, US postage stamps and almost all other products. The great point of this is you do not have to buy only one style of the product to get the discounts.

Example: If you are thinking of buying cards but don't want 25 of any one design, you can mix and match designs to reach your 25 minimum requirement for the discount. This would come in handy buying holiday cards for example.

Enough talk...below are our new designs. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about anything in the Marketplace.

Designs contributed by Airwin This image was taken by our contributor Airwin. The quote is from no other than that poetic adventurer hobbit Bilbo Baggins. "Still round the corner there may wait, a new road, or a secret gate."

May your 'gate' be less treacherous than the one Bilbo had to find.

"I believe a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of stars." Walt Whitman's words adorn the wet dew covered grass. Another by our contributor Airwin while visiting Lake Chabot in Castro Valley, California.

Do you ever wonder what it's like to walk through the morning dew without getting your feet wet. Well this shoe does just that. You can feel fresh with every step with out the mess. BTW, shoes are customizable too. You can change the color or even remove the image if you'll like to customize this product further.

Designs contributed by Francis

Old Tom Bombadil sang these merry words, "O sping-time and summer-time and spring again after! O wind on the waterfall and the leaves' laughter!" Forever sping in Tom and Goldberry's land we bring you this quote with a image of Japanese maple hung over water and contributed image by francis.

Designs contributed by Chrissie

Chrissie took this image while on holiday in Scotland. These four-posters are located on the Lundin Farm near Aberfeldy, Perthshire. The Pablo Neruda quote "How clear it is that the stones have touched time, in their fine substance there is a smell of age." graces the front of these products.

Designs contributed by JoannaP

The image taken by our friend JP in Europe also includes a quote by Booker T. Washington. "There is as much dignity in tilling a field as in writing a poem."

Our contributing friend JP has captured this field of wild lavender on a summer's day.

Lavender stamp
Lavender by viggoworksmarket
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New look for some old designs

If you like what you see...

visit the V-W Marketplace. You'll always find all four international sites in the menu bar here on the left under the heading V-W Marketplace News.

Be sure to check out the top of each Marketplace for Zazzle's special deals each time you visit.

© Images ©, francis, Chrissie, JP and Airwin. Used by permission.

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July 1, 2009

Source: Bulgan Lumini
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Bulgan Lumini
Bulgan Lumini.
© Bulgan Lumini.

Today we are featuring Bulgan Lumini

The Art of Bulgan Lumini's shop is filled with a party. You could be in Rio or New Orleans, anywhere where there is carnival without leaving her store.

Residing in Firenze, Italy, Bulgan works as an artist by day. She specializes as a painter, sculptor, 3D Designer and 3D animator. But her talents are more expansive as she also has done work in video, movies, virtual scenography and virtual simulations of archeological sites She describes herself as an artist born in Istanbul (Turkey), actually lives in Florence (Italy).

We'll take a small tour of her very large shop on Zazzle. She has an amazing section of business cards as well as other products we'll feature here. Please don't hesitate to browse the Art of Bulgan Lumini.

At the end of this post we'll give you another web site belonging to Bulgan.

" Whatever exists in the universe ,in essence ,in appearance in the imagination, the painter has first in his mind and than in his hand; and these are of such excellence that they present a proportioned and harmonious view of the whole that can be seen simultaneously at one glance..."

Leonardo da Vinci

Bulgan Lumini - Business cards

The images shown are only the back of the cards. The fronts can be seen by clicking on the images and taking you to her shop display. It is well worth the trip.

Dialectics profilecard
Dialectics by bulgan_lumini
Choose your own business card template at

MASK IN RED profilecard
MASK IN RED by bulgan_lumini
The best online business cards website is

If you like what you see...

visit the store The Art of Bulgan Lumini. You can also find more work from Bulgan on her website Baldesign 3D.

© Images © Bulgan Lumini.

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June 30, 2009

Categories: Marketplace News
Steve Collier
Steve Collier.
© Steve Collier.

Today we are featuring The Collier Collection

Graphics designer Steve Collier works out of Houston Texas. His shop The Collier Collection is filled with colorful and imaginative designs for all ages. His style can be described as retro but there are also aspects of modern art and humorous slogans too.

There are many different product lines in Steve's shop and we'll do our best to present to you a variety of them on various products. We encourage you to take a real browse in the The Collier Collection at your leisure.
I have been in the communications business as a graphic designer/art director for 40 years serving design studios, advertising agencies and direct clients in a wide range and varied industries. I have worked in Houston, TX and Seattle, WA from which I have recently returned from a 4 year relocation and recently reopened my design firm as CollierGraphica in Houston. I am in the process of constructing a website,, which should be up and running in the next few months. It's been a fun and exciting career and still love the work and profession. It's a pleasure, not a job.

The Collier Collection - Apparel

The Collier Collection - Posters

If you like what you see...

please browse The Collier Collection on your own. Steve has many different product lines including 2010 calendars, a whole different Keds shoe store and much more.

© Images © Steve Collier.

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June 29, 2009

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Jaeda DeWalt
Jaeda DeWalt.
© Jaeda DeWalt.

Today we are featuring Jaeda DeWalt

Jaeda DeWalt is an artist by trade. Her photographs are expressive and have emotions of their own. A poet she decided to take the image for her own books' cover, she fell in love with photography. You'll see with her images something that strikes a chord with all of us.

She has an array of work in her store Jaeda DeWalt Artography in which you can browse. For this feature however because her work is best displayed on cards and prints I've decided to show you these products only. Jaeda has placed her work on different products for you to purchase.

There is more information in her shop under the 'About' link and below I will give her personal web page link.
"Images . . . poetry . . .words . . . they can offer us a feeling, an experience and the magical gift of transport. I want my imagery to give people a way to express themselves, to offer them a moment of magic and wonder, I want to ignite their imagination, emotions and give them a sense of connection."

If you like what you see...

please visit Jaeda's shop Jaeda DeWalt Artography. You can also visit her own website at Jaeda's Fine

© Images © Jaeda DeWalt.

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