I love MOO. I use them to make my Minicards, for my company, my jewellery and my personal cards.
In 2013, I started to look for a new permanent role. MOO was my ideal company.
After trying different ways to make contact, I finally went for awesome.
During 2008, I lost a total of 70 lbs. I decided that I would dye my hair in greens, like my Second Life avatar, Poot Dibou, once I reached my goal weight.
I stopped calorie-counting and put on weight. I am about 20 lbs from my target weight. But it occurred to me that, if I am to wear I wig, I can wear a green one, because I Am Worth It.
I keep thinking about a coat that I didn't win on eBay.
It was second-hand; it wouldn't have kept me warm, it needed repairs and would likely not have fit me but I still tried to snipe it for £100 even though I need a new mobile and a new camera, not an old coat.
Do you ever see something and think "that is so me - they made it for me"?
As soon as I saw it I knew that I had to have it.
In 2003 I wrote a list of eleven factors I think influence people when they're buying art.
In order of decreasing importance, the list begins with Artist. The work Medium is half-way through.
It ends with the least-important factor: "Is it a good picture?"
It's a very cynical list but I still think it's pretty accurate. I wrote it after my experiences of trying to get work into major and minor exhibitions.