Guys! I'm really excited to announce something that has been in the works for a really long time: the creation of the Of Revolt Print Shop!
If you follow me on Twitter, you've probably noticed that I've been slowly (creepily?) putting travel photos from our year-long trip through Europe and our springtime road trip throughout the United States out for public viewing. There has been a lot of positive feedback so far, and it's been thrilling!
I've worked with the best photography technicians in NYC to produce archival-quality prints that resist fingertip smudging and color fading, and the results are beautiful. I've chosen 24 of my favorite images from a broad range of cities, colors, and moods. You'll find the cool, crisp blues of Copenhagen's most iconic character, the breathtakingly romantic curves of the Pont Alexandre bridge in Paris, and the shabby-chic charm of a foggy day in Budapest.
(Side note: I was SO tempted to finish that sentence with "and so much more!" and then I realized how that totally sounds like a late-night infomercial for a device that turns your vegetables into the likeness of a U.S. president, or something equally ludicrous. Phew.)
Prints come in three sizes: 8x10, 11x14, and 16x20. And, because I adore you folks who continue to read my drunken, debauched escapades, I'm offering a 15% blog reader discount for the next month. Just enter the code IHEARTOFREVOLT when you're ready to check out, and that $18 print goes down to $15.30! It's freaking magic, I tell you.
I also personally sign each print, and include a handwritten note with a description of the photo and a thank you!
Wow, that's a ridiculous amount of exclamation points for this blog post. Maybe I should stop now.
But wait! THERE'S MORE!
If you happen to be in the NYC-area and want to see my travel photos in person, stop by Brew Coffee House and take a look: owner Liz was kind enough to succumb to my harried pleadings and let me display them in her café. She's nice, and makes delicious cookies.
So check me out: ofrevolt.storenvy.com. Or, you know, just that push button on the right sidebar there that says "Visit My Store."