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My print at Urban Outfitters.

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Just a quick note: A few months ago, Urban Outfitters started selling my Nevertheless, She Persisted print from 2017 in a variety of sizes. It’s available unframed, or framed in one of eight different styles.

I no longer sell this design in my Society6 shop, so if you’re wanting a print, Urban Outfitters is the only option—and they are low on remaining stock. (And yes, I have mixed feelings about UO, but I’d rather they pay reproduction rights to the creators of original work than produce knockoffs in-house as they’ve done in the past, so…I’m going to consider this a win.)

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4 Comments

  • Reply amy April 19, 2019 at 3:07 pm

    you to you. artists have a hard enough time getting a paycheck, and I hope they’re paying you your fair share. congratulations, that’s a big win indeed!

    • Reply Anna Dorfman April 19, 2019 at 3:12 pm

      Amy, my take is 5% of all prints (not frames) sold, so I’ve made…about $40 in six months. I signed the contract because I was curious to see how it would go. Would I do it again? Probably not, but like I said, at least I got to give permission and I knew the rate up front.

  • Reply charlotte April 22, 2019 at 1:56 pm

    Thank you for the candid post. Hopefully the exposure will be worth it, right. How did it all happen – did UO reach out to you through social? Also I’ve been following your blog for years (love that post on retin-A :), and really love your re-design. Keep it up!

  • Reply laura April 28, 2019 at 9:33 am

    question for you if you don’t mind, did you have much luck in general on society6 or not really?

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