Friday, November 22, 2013

Stocking Stuffers*

 Instax Photos For Sale 
Random Assortment of Ten Instax Photos. 3.25" x 4.25". Price includes shipping. 
Example shown. Actual photos will vary with each package. Every photo unique.

 Work Prints For Sale 

Random Assortment of 20 B/W Work Prints. 
Handmade silver gelatin photos on RC paper, 5 x 7 inches. Price includes shipping. 
Example shown. Actual photos will vary with each package. Every photo unique.

*Actual stocking size and stuffing ability may vary. This offer is open-ended, not merely restricted to stocking season.

Update 11/24/13: Thanks to everyone who has ordered prints so far. I'm a bit surprised at the volume of response. I can only surmise that many of you are cheap bastards who know a good deal when they see it. Or else lining the hamster cage at minimal expense?

Shipments will be filled in the order they are received, beginning next week after I return from  Thanksgiving in California. Multiple orders will be shipped together in one envelope. All of which means, don't freak if your order doesn't arrive pronto. Trust that it's coming. Thanks for your patience!

Update 4/21/14: Prices have gone up. But I think most people still find these prints very affordable. What's there to lose? Why not order a few shipments today? Give them to friends. Pass them out at parties. Use as toilet paper. The choice is yours.

Update 2/24/15: Please allow 2 to 13 weeks for delivery.

Instax Photos

B/W Workprints


jhthomas said...

ordered both.

Joseph Bayot said...

Seems like a win-win =) Can't wait to see what I get in my booster pack!

Paul said...

Instax in stacks, I like it.

Troy Holden said...

Envelope full of 30 prints arrived today. Getting prints in the mail is neat-o!

Was surprised to see the Instax Wides -- from looking at the IG Tumblr, I'd thought you shot with a Mini.

sajith said...

I'm indeed a true cheap bastard. I just hope that I'm not too late.

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