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Frequently Asked Questions:

Do you take commissions?

Commissions are open! I'm available for both commercial and personal commission work, I have painted for bands, books, and private collections. 

I will need the following:

  • Project details and the intended use.  Is it personal or commercial? What is the subject of the work, what do you want to see?

  • Budget.  Your budget for the work is important, as the rate depends on use, time, materials etc.

  • Timeline.  When do you need the finished product?

  • Examples of what you're looking for, preferably from my work to give me an idea of the technique you are drawn to.

Do you ship to my country? If so, for how much?

Yes, we ship worldwide. You can see prices by adding items to your cart, as shipping prices are shown at checkout (before you pay, of course). Shipping prices may vary depending on the item and the quantity you want to order.

How long does it take you to ship my order?

If it's a book or an original, we generally ship once a week, so up to 7 days. If it is a print, it may vary as we use INPRNT to get high quality prints. If it's a piece of clothing, then it may vary between 2 and 10 days to ship, depending on the country, Covid-19 restrictions etc.

Why can't I order a print directly from your website?

We use INPRNT in order to get high quality prints, doing it ourselves was way too costly and time consuming for the amount of demand, the ransom of glory, sorry! You can find them under the PRINTS menu or directly by clicking here.


Do you have a size guide before I order a shirt/hoodie?

Yes, we advise you to take your regular size, unless the item specifies unisex which will be more fitted therefore you might want to size up if fitted makes you uncomfortable.




Do you take tattoo commissions?

I do take commissions for tattoo work, but I am generally reluctant.  Not being a tattooer myself, I don't normally compose images to fit on a body, and my painting technique doesn't lend itself to line work very well.  That said, if you have an artist who is comfortable with it, I'm open to the idea.


If you want to get a tattoo of something I've already painted, you have my blessing!  I do ask that you buy something from the shop (there is a tattoo token for this very thing) to support the work, and you are ABSOLUTELY required to send me a picture.  If you don't, the tattoo will come to life at night and fart on your pets.


What kind of brush and materials do you use?

Everything you see is India ink, archival paper, sometimes gold leaf and mostly old brushes.

None of it is digital, all of it is self-taught.

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