FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
studio & shop
What kind of paint do you use?
My go-to brands of gouache are Da Vinci & Holbein Acryla; my favorite acrylic to work with is Liquitex Heavy Body.
Where can I find prints of your work?
I have prints of some pieces here in my shop – and am happy to do custom prints of pieces you may not see for sale there.
Do you sell any of your work wholesale?
Yes! I currently sell prints, tote bags, postcards, stickers, patches & pins wholesale. Click here to see a list of retailers that currently carry my work along with a contact form to request wholesale info.
Do you license any of your illustrations for products?
I'm always open to discussing new licencing opportunities. If you have a project in mind that you’d like a licensing quote for, please email me with the following info: 1) what piece you’re interested in, 2) what product or context the piece would be used for, 3) how many units will be printed/distributed and 4) the expected retail price for that product.
Do you donate products to environmental organizations/events/fundraisers/auctions?
While I wish I could donate prints & products to every group that gets in touch with me, it's not something I'm able to do very often being such a small business. As these requests are almost always for, "Plant These to Help Save Bees," prints, I have added an affordable option for mini prints - which you can find here in my Etsy shop.
Can I post your work on my blog/social media site?
Yes! I just ask that you please post the original file from my site (not altered or cropped) and link back to this website or my shop so your viewers know the original source.
Can I print your work in my newsletter/brochure/magazine for free?
I am unable to grant permission to anyone to print my work for free. If you'd like an estimate for a licensing fee to print one of my illustrations, please feel free to email me.
Can I print and distribute one of your illustrations without asking or paying you?
Nope definitely not. Thank you though.
How can I protect the copyrights to my work?
After dealing with many instances of copyright infringement myself, I put together some info on protecting your work and ways to deal with infringement issues, which you can find here as a blog post. One of the most important steps listed there is to register the copyright to your work through the US Copyright Office, which you can do online here.
Have a question you don't see answered here? Feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org