Here, I made a Christmas card.
I made a couple of extra-large MetroPixelated pieces! Now you can get an 18 by 24-inch Boston, Chicago, or Seattle pixel cityscape from my Etsy store. When I say I made a “couple” I mean it - only 2 large posters of each city are currently available!
Looking for an awesome gift for the gamer in your life (or in yourself?) There’s still time to order something from The Daily Robot’s Etsy Shop, though that window is starting to close.
I’m taking a quick break from packing and shipping orders to remind y’all that there’s still a 10%-off coupon available for anyone to use on any order until the end of this week! See the main shop header for details. If you like what you see above I’ll save you the trouble of searching for it:
- Hanging Portal Gun Schematic LED Light Art
- Game Boy Color Splattery Poster Set
- Mario Paint Poster Trio
- Wind Waker Poster Trio
- Limited-run Bioshock Infinite Screen Print (only a few left!)
Oh, and while those .gifs might burn your retinas, but I’ll never post any ribbon-wrapped, jingle-belling, mistletoe-nonsense to get your attention, unlike every unbearable commercial on TV at every second of every day of this month. So, you know, you’re welcome!
Check out my stuff on RedBubble too.
The Year is 2013, and The Daily Robot is holding a Cyber Monday sale at its Etsy shop!
Purchase anything today and use the Coupon Code CYBERSAVER to get a 10% discount!
The future is here, you guys!
Today only: Order anything from my Etsy shop and get 15% off your purchase by using the coupon code SMALLBIZ15 when you check out! Here are links to the items shown above, if you’re in a rush and don’t want to leisurely browse the whole store:
- Framed Toy Robot Trio
- Artifical Intelligence LED Light Art
- Splattery Game Boy Color 5-pack
- NES/Famicom Limited-run screen prints
- Portal Gun LED Light Art
- Laser-etched SNES Necklace
- Robot Heart Schematic Necklace
- Limited-run Robot Anatomy Poster
I’ve been really lucky to be able to consider myself and the work I make part of a small business for the past couple years. I doubt most folks who’ve supported what I do put much thought into how their actions affect me as a person, but it’s worth mentioning that the impact it has on me is substantial and rewarding. A whole bunch of people I don’t know help make it possible for me to do this cool fun thing I do - that’s crazy!
I’m willing to bet pretty much every other small or independent artist/musician/developer/retailer/whatever-er feels similarly, so please support those folks, and feel good about doing so!