Monday, March 21, 2011

Sweet Progress

Sweet View, the humble print business selling London prints for London people we launched back in November, is kind of flourishing. We've sold a fair few of our maiden six prints through our website and we're also registering a lot of interest for the next six.

Last week I went out to charming Greenwich and drew this, which will eventually be #7:

Suggestions for a colour scheme are welcome. It should be green, perhaps. Or "gren", as the locals say.

We've been getting some pleasing coverage from across the internet and even, once, in print - in the form of that esteemed organ The Irish World. Also notably the celebrated journalist/author India Knight mentioned us on her blog and tweeted to her 33,000 followers that our prints are LOVELY (in capitals, just like that), which was nice.

Before Christmas we made our market debut in the fashionable Truman Brewery. Or more specifically in an unfashionable back room on the fifth floor of the fashionable Truman Brewery. Our table decorations (fairy lights, 8 clementines) didn't go that far to mask the metal cage that was our stall, but it was kind of fun. Next time (and there will be one soon) we'll know better. And we'll bring chairs.

Many thanks to everyone who has bought our prints or said kind things about them.

1 comment:

Peony and Thistle said...

Sweet view looks fantastic. Love your drawings!