merchandise

01 Jun

New granulating medium for sale!

In Daily grind,merchandise by Leslie Dean Brown / June 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

This is for all you watercolour artists out there! I have decided to mix my passion for art and design with my knowledge about colloidal chemistry.

I would now like to present the first of five new products marketed under the van den hooven brand. Van den hooven is my mother’s maiden name. I guess this is a tribute to my late grandfather, who was also very passionate about art. You can get the 50m version here and the 125ml version here.

29 May

A limited edition series of art prints…

In art,Daily grind,Illustration,merchandise by Leslie Dean Brown / May 29, 2017 / 0 Comments

This is a limited edition series of five illustrations. These were created using a linocutting + printmaking technique known as “colour reduction”.
There are only about seven or eight prints of each. Available for purchase very soon either through this website or etsy!

29 May

New product labels!

In Daily grind,Design,merchandise by Leslie Dean Brown / May 29, 2017 / 0 Comments
08 Apr

New artworks on Etsy!

In Daily grind,merchandise by Leslie Dean Brown / April 8, 2017 / 0 Comments

Free domestic shipping on all my Etsy artwork, for 1 month only! Enter the following coupon code at Etsy checkout: APRIL00.

09 Dec

New online shopping with redbubble!

In Daily grind,Design,Illustration,merchandise by Leslie Dean Brown / December 9, 2016 / 0 Comments

I’ve decided to sell some merchandise online with Redbubble.com! Hopefully this will make the transition to full time illustrator a bit easier for me.

I do not believe in over consumption, so I will keep the products that I offer to a minimum. No rubbish. No junk.

The world just does not need any more crap ending up the ocean.

So at this stage, the shop will feature a selection of prints, greeting cards, t-shirts, spiral notebooks, ceramic mugs, travel mugs, draw-string bags and the odd wall clock.

In other words, I am only selling most of the paper-based stuff. I have very few plastic iphone cases and things like that. That way, at least I know it is biodegradeable and compostable.