Saturday, January 26, 2013

FREE kit for YOU and recent happenings

I have lots of exciting new things in store for the new year and I can't wait to share it all here. Here's hoping everything will go through (crosses fingers)!

First up, my Colorful European Buildings piece was chosen to be included in the Autumn/Winter 2014/2015 Trend Bible Kids Lifestyle Book. This is a widely industry used lifestyle and marketing publication that predicts Pantone colors, trends, and other seasonal attitudes and influences for the upcoming season - in this case, for 2014/2015.

I remember when I was in art school, my fashion illustration instructor brought one of these books in to show us what the fashion and home industries use to help them prepare their goods and better cater to their audience for the upcoming purchasing seasons. Never would I ever have imagined that my work would be picked to be included in this book as an upcoming "trend!" It's pretty cool :).

Also, more of my cards with Masala are now available for sale for 2013 HERE. I am so impressed with the quality (soy inks, beautiful recycled papers) and affordability of these cards and the owners are so lovely and sweet to boot! Thank you for supporting MADE IN USA, small business and local economy! It really IS what makes America.

And, here's one more Printable PDF Kit I whipped up after being inspired by vintage wooden building blocks.

Just $4, but for a limited time, shoot me an email: annasee(at) and I will send you one FREE of charge. You can choose from either the one below or the Scandinavian Buildings one. I just ask that you please share your results with me :).

Thank you again for reading and thank you again for all your continued support!

Friday, January 25, 2013


Congrats to the two lucky winners of two of my linocut prints! Thanks to all who participated and thank you to Lolalina for being such a wonderful host!

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Double Feature

The lovely Will aka Mr. Bazaar over at the amazing Bright Bazaar blog has hung my Colorful European Buildings Print in his beautiful home and has written up a lovely little post about my work. Thank you so much!

I also participated in an interview for Melissa's blog HERE. She's an amazing and inspirational young blogger who is living with a rare disability called Freeman-Sheldon syndrome and she chronicles that, amongst other things, on her blog. Here are some of the questions and my answers:
What are some things people should keep in mind when shopping for artwork?
Purchase artwork that makes you happy as artwork can really set the tone for a room and house, and know that when you buy directly from artists, you are supporting the handmade community as it is this support that enables the work to be produced. Additionally, I think people have to be very careful that they are purchasing the "real thing." I've had my artwork lifted and sold as someone else's own and oftentimes, we look at the lower price rather than the quality. It effects independent artists and designers so much when people shop at places -- big corporations and small companies alike -- that blatantly steal images from artists without any compensation.

What are some ways that people can decorate for less?
Online sites like Etsy, ebay, and Craigslist are great sources for affordable pieces that people can use to decorate for less. Aside from that, I love doing DIY stuff and following the many awesome DIY tutorials that are often posted on various blogs. I also love perusing local thrift stores for amazing finds. You'd be amazed at hos much you can change the look of something with just a little creativity and DIY! Having something look good doesn't necessarily mean you have to spend a lot of money!

Friday, January 11, 2013

First new piece of 2013

A place I'd like to live......or just hang on your walls. Available for purchase HERE.

Thursday, January 10, 2013


Wanna score some FREE artwork? Now's the time! Up for grabs are these two prints - for details, please visit the host of this giveaway Lolalina:

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

If you're going through hell, keep going.


Great words to live by for this upcoming yeat. This piece is the friend to this one here, which was recently featured on the Etsy blog:
Also, if you haven't already, feel free to nab your FREE 2013 calendar HERE.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013


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