After a long absence teaching English overseas, I'm back creating fractal art and I've found a promising new venue for selling my work online.
I have sold my work through microstock sites, and still license it (for commercial use) through Fractallicious, but I have never found a satisfactory print on demand solution. After a disappointing experience with CafePress (standing out in the hordes of mediocre merchandise was a challenge), I was a little gun-shy about print on demand, but I thought I'd give RedBubble a try nevertheless.
I am extremely impressed by the quality and originality of the art and photography to be found at this site. It is much more oriented to serious artists than sites like CafePress and Zazzle. The site is easy to use, for both buyers and sellers. It's a snap to upload your work and create a listing, and the site offers various widgets for cross-promotion through Facebook and Twitter, etc. Artwork can be printed on a variety of product types, from fine art to t-shirts. You set a base price, and they handle printing and fulfillment.
I have just finished setting up a store at RedBubble, where you can buy my fractal art printed on a variety of products, from fine art prints to greeting cards, t-shirts, and stickers. Among the products available are several rainbow images that are great for Pride fund-raising and gay and lesbian events.
Whether you're an artist looking to sell, or someone seeking a distinctive fine art print, drop by and have a look.