Cards and Photos

Do you like photographs? Do you like greeting cards? Do you want to give me money? If you answered “yes” to all three of these questions, then you should take a look at my Zazzle* store, which I’ve imaginatively titled: Jeff Clough Designs.

Not roadkill. Not dystopian.

For now, this store contains a collection of 15 greeting cards, the fronts of which are adorned with photos from a collection that I’d describe as…

“Some of my more ‘accessible’ photography. With subjects ranging from flowers to architecture, these pictures represent my take on traditional compositions.”

That’s really just a fancy way of saying…

“I think these photographs would make good greeting cards.”

When what I really mean is…

“I usually take photographs of roadkill and other things that remind us we’re in a late-stage-capitalist dystopia, but fuck it! Here are some flowers!”

I’ve also added these photographs to a new gallery, which you can see over on my Photography page.

In the future, I plan to add more photographs and possibly more products, but I’m not quite sure what direction I want to go in.

When I do figure that out, I’ll let you know.

*If you are unfamiliar with Zazzle, the idea is this: they provide all the products, printing, billing, shipping, and customer service; I provide the design (including the photo). When you order one of these cards from them, they are the ones who bill you, produce the physical object, and send it your way. They get most of the money, I get a “royalty,” and I don’t have to crack open a bottle of Jack Daniels or a few dozen amyls in some doomed-to-fail attempt to roll my own e-commerce system.