My Favourite DesignerMim Products you can Buy Online. Now. I’ve put together my top 10 products for sale on Redbubble right now.
For all the South Africans reading this, these items are for sale right now. Not now-now, or just now. However, for everybody else, these are my current favourite DesignerMim products you can buy on my Redbubble shop now.
I also have a Displate store where I sell my designs to be printed on metal posters. For each poster sold, a tree is planted. I love that! But I’ll write about my Displate store in another post. So for now, let’s focus on my current favourites on Redbubble.
If you’re a South African creative looking to setup a shop on Redbubble, have a look at my post about payment options. This article will help anyone who’s not in the USA, UK, Europe, or Australia.
My top 10 products for sale on Redbubble right now.
As I said before, my favourite product across all the prints I’ve uploaded so far has to be the backpack! I love them so much I want one in every colour. I don’t need one in every colour, so I’ll have to choose try wisely! Following that full disclosure, these are my top 10 favourite products on my RB shop at date of publishing. Instead of only seeing backpacks here, I curated a cross section of the patterns on different products. And it also has to be said, I found it really hard whittling it down to only 10!
Here they are. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
1. Sun Lion Faces Pattern: The Backpack
A super cute pattern of suns or lions… or are they eggs? Whatever they look like to you, everyone agrees, they’re adorable! Shop the full range in this print here.
2. Friendly Ghosts Halloween Pattern: The Mug
The friendliest ghosts you ever did see! These cute and friendly animal ghosts & spiders are totally not scary. A colourful, fun, and super cute surface pattern that works excellently on the backpack, but I think it looks great on this mug too! To see the gorgeous backpack and the whole range in this print, step this way.
3. Colourful Moka Pot Coffee Illustration: The Classic Tee
Colourful Moka Pot Coffee Illustration
Celebrating my hard-working coffee creator: my trusty old moka pot! I created this digital illustration in bright and vibrant colours that exude energy and fun! Shop the full range in this print here.
4. Purple Star Flowers with ladybugs: The Hoody
Purple Star Flowers with Ladybugs (Green)
Beautifully bright purple Japanese Star Flowers with ladybirds. Inspired by flowers in my parent’s garden. (This is the green colourway). Shop the full range of product in this print here.
5. Bright Circles Pattern: The Long Tee
Bright Circles Pattern
Inspired by the colours of the rainbow, this simple overlapping circles print is bright and colourful! I love it on this extra length tee as a placement print. Shop the full range in this print here.
6. Cute & Colourful Rainbow Doodle Pattern: The Backpack
Cute & Colourful Rainbow Doodle Pattern
A fun and colourful rainbow pattern that is full of joy! I absolutely love it in the backpack, but it looks great on so many products too. Shop the full range here.
7. Colourful Fish Pattern: The Postcard
Colourful Fish Pattern
Colourful re-imagined Galjoen fish swimming in the ocean. Fun fact: this is the national fish of South Africa. My illustrations are loosely based on them, the colours are completely fabricated from my imagination. Shop the full range in this print here.
8. Colourful Moka Pot Coffee Illustration: The Photographic Print
Colourful Moka Pot Coffee Illustration
Yes, this print has come up again. It looks strikingly gorgeous as a photographic art print so I had to include it too! Shop the full range in this print here.
9. Stylised Daisy Pattern: The Shower Curtain
Stylised Daisy Pattern
This design is a celebration of the simple daisy. A sweet and stylised hand-drawn pattern. Sometimes clean, light, and minimal works best. Shop the full range in this print here.
10. Black and White Fish Line Art: The Clock
Black and White Fish Line Art
A simple and bold line drawing of a re-imagined Galleon fish. I love limiting a colour palette to get to the essence of a design. This is definitely one of my more minimalistic illustrations due to the colour choices. Shop this and the rest of the products in the range here.
Do you agree with me? What are your favourites? Let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear what you think.
Have you seen my other shopping platforms? You can find them listed here. As with much of what’s going on at DesignerMim at the moment, the list is a work in progress. So come back soon to see changes! In the meantime, have you had a look at my Displate shop? Which is your favourite there?
Thank you for looking though these. Remember to let me know what you think so I grow in the right direction.
Bye for now,