this one is up for preorder on my storenvy :DD and I’ll also be selling it at Tekko this spring (the only con i can get to,,,, ;v;)

please do preorder this if you want it! that lets me know how many I’ll need to order to begin with! preorders close on February 25th, you’ve got a little over two weeks for that, but I will be ordering extras because Tekko so don’t worry if you miss the preorder deadline!

stay tuned for more prints and stuff soon, imma try and yknow. actually draw stuff I like this semester haha

Salvador, Bahia (Brazil). This was one of 22 choices for this audience on my second small print sale which ended last night at midnight. A big thank you to those who made a choice. We had a Cuba print sale a year ago and now this from Brazil. This helps to fund our BurnMagazine team since we accept no advertising and are about to announce our annual 15k Emerging Photographer Fund grant shortly for this audience. For those of you who purchased these prints I honestly feel you made a good investment. So far the art books and prints we’ve made available in the last three years have all gone up in value inside the collector market. Michael Courvoisier, our master printer, will now make your archival pigment ink prints, I will sign en verso and recto, and we will ship to you as soon as possible. This photograph was made on Velvia iso50 film using a tripod and small flash with a Leica M6 during boxing practice in a Salvador favela. It’s unfortunate that favelas seem to be known for mostly illicit activity when in fact there are so many positive programs for sports and the arts. Ballet classes, art classes, music classes etc along with sports programs make the favelas in Brazil a bastion of positive thinking on so many levels. Tough stuff? Sure, and I’ve photographed that too. Yet in our helter skelter world it seems that showing positive occasionally as a reminder of some of the good aspects of human nature doesn’t hurt. Again, thanks to all who participated in our Brazil print sale. #brazil #bahia #salvador #boxing #velvia

This was a gift for Eve Forward, a dear friend, and bettas are her personal totem. She had a connection to the first “Spawning Wall” painting and I had been wanting to do a gift for her in that vein for ages–she was pure, unadulterated awesome, and one of my major touchstones during my divorce and subsequent lunacy–but it was only recently that motivation, time, and madness all dovetailed and I was able to paint this.

Bettas, in her lexicon, are about being tough and beautiful in very adverse conditions, and granted that they’ve found bettas living in the muddle puddle left by a horse’s hoofprint, I can’t think of much better symbolism.

Proceeds from print sales are donated to a local animal rescue charity. - Ursula Vernon

I’ll have these 2 color screen printed flash posters for sale tomorrow and this weekend at the Philadelphia tattoo convention! (10 hand numbered and signed 2 color prints. And 5 hand numbered and signed 1 color prints)


Here are the current prints I have to sell. Ill be nice and say free shipping on prints for the first two weeks. Just because I know it can be hard to spend the extra 3 dollars to have it shipped. But by buying these prints you are supporting this blog, by a lot. All of the proceeds are towards expansion of this blog. I wanna start writing some in def stuff soon. I’m gonna be putting some articles out on witchcraft topics, and more sharing of my craft, spells, sigils, beliefs. Practical praxis type of stuff. All these prints are available for sale on my blog under the prints section. Prints get shipped out asap. Usually next day. 

Hey Tumblr! I’ve decided to mirror a Facebook contest that I’m doing for you guys! I’ll be using to do a sweepstakes! 3 lucky followers will win an exclusive contest-only signed shot of myself from the shoot associated with this teaser!

How to enter: 

*You must be following me and @negativethirtythree

*Like/Reblog this post. You may receive up to 5 entries for reblogs, plus one entry for a “like” (Up to six total entries per person allowed)

You guys have until my Facebook page hits 1000 likes. I’ll draw the winners for this contest when I draw the winners for the Facebook contest! 

**If you’d like to guarantee a print from this shoot, I’ll be selling 20 limited-edition shots. The shots printed for sale will be different from the contest photo, but are from the same shoot as the teaser above. Inbox for details**

El Matador Print Sale!!
8x10" – $50.00
Hey guys, I’m selling prints! You wanna buy some? Feel the warmth of the bright colors in these cold winter months!

They are archival inkjet prints on a really really nice Hahnemuhle Smooth Matte photo rag paper. Open edition, signed & dated on the verso. Shipping and tax included

If you’d like to pick one up send $50.00 via paypal to and leave your name and mailing address in the comments. Thanks & Reblog!



I’ve got a single print of each of these images for sale!

4x6 / glossy / super crispy / $10 includes delivery anywhere in the USA

I’ll delete them as they (hopefully) sell, so check the OP for availability

payment methods accepted: paypal, venmo, coachella ticket

If there’s lotsa interest, I’ll set up a print shop with all my shots!  hmu


Tiny Showcase Special Print Edition

Victo Ngai

Remember the frogs? Originally commissioned by This American Life 500th Eps celebration. (You can read more here. )

I have been told that the giclee prints in my store are a bit too large for tiny homes and not very affordable for everyone. So I have decided to partner with Tiny Showcase to create a special 1 run edition of this popular image. 

“Up From The Well” is an edition of 250 prints. With a small border for framing, the print is sized to fit a standard 8" by 10" frame. The archival print was created by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton. AND, it’s only $25!! Buy it here

$250 of the profit will be donated to Houston’s Shaggy Dog Rescue, where I recently adopted my 3 years old shaggy mutt Dawson. Due to the lack of spay/neuter down south, many shelters are over-populated and have a very high kill rate. Shaggy Dog Rescue is one of the non-profit animal welfare organizations there dedicated to providing rescue services, vet care, foster care, and adoptive placement to stray and abandoned shaggy dogs. They also partner with Rescue Road Trip bringing southern dogs to northern homes. 

Get your paws on it before it’s gone!