Imaginative Pencil Art Blog

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Framed Art Prints showcasing all my Drawing Collections

Back in 2004, i took the initiative to use the services of CafePress (an online marketing service that offers unique and high quality products that are ready for printing) to further promote and allow everyone from around the world to get products such as mugs, posters, shirts, framed prints, clocks, pillows, and a lot more for a price that they can afford. Since then, the shop called Imaginative Pencil Shops, an extension of my company Imaginative Pencil, has pulled in a tremendous amount of sales worldwide! Due to the support of the world for my vision and style, i have been able to give back to many charities and also further my passions and upgrade my studio space in many worthwhile ways.

Me and my staff have put together simple, yet contemporary framed art prints in all my art collections including the chess, anatomy, mind, spiritual, and abstract drawing collections. I am proud and extremely pleased with the quality and hang a few in my home.

About the Framed prints

All prints are custom manufactured using archival inks and acid-free paper. Framed prints are matted and framed in a stylish black frame with plexiglass cover. Frames include complete backing. Frame size: 13" x 16"

Framed Print Collections

Chess Art Framed Prints
Anatomy Art Framed Prints
Mind Art Framed Prints
Spiritual Art Framed Prints
Abstract Art Framed Prints

Worldwide Shipping

CafePress offers great shipping prices around the world! We can ship these art prints to anywhere. For more information and pricing on our shipping Click Here

Proceeds from Framed Print Sales go to Charity!

For every framed print we sell, we will contribute a percentage towards the Americans for the Arts Action Fund!

Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With 45 years of service, we are dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts. Americans for the Arts was created in 1996 as a result of the merger between the National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies (NALAA) and the American Council for the Arts (ACA)—one of a small number of successful unions between two national nonprofit groups. Americans for the Arts President and CEO Robert L. Lynch has led our organization since the merger, growing Americans for the Arts' annual budget from $2.7 million in 1996 to $9 million in 2003.