So you want to support a charity AND receive a kick-ass illustration? HIGH-FIVE! It's as simple as heading to our custom request page and filling out the form. Scroll below to see more details!
We leave that up to you. Choose whatever you think is a fair price for the custom drawing of your pup, and pay what you'd like. Yep, you can submit photos and $0 and we'll still send you a custom illustration, drawn by a real live human. How awesome is that?
It depends on our backlog (we are human, and these are not automated). Sending us great photos from multiple angles ensures we don't run into slowdowns when we get to your dog in our illustration queue. These can take some time. If you want to have your illustration expedited, you can catch our attention with the "pay what you'd like" area. 😉
We offer multiple size options ranging from 8x10 to 24x36. We've partnered with a professional print shop to offer top-quality prints on thick, durable, acid-free matte paper (and they're printed in the USA).
This was a tough one for me, but I had to let it go in order to meet the demand of requests. We now send the digital illustration to our partner in California who handles printing and shipping. The result is a quicker turnaround, more products and a less stressed out Aaron.
Prints are shipped through our fulfillment and distribution center located in California. They have awesome customer service and will provide the details you need to track your package.
We ship 10 – 14 days after ordering. Holiday season can get a bit crazy, please keep that in mind. These are custom after all!
Depends on a few factors: breed, quality of photo you send and what we determine to look the best. If you're terrified of what you might receive, then Aaron's illustration style may not be right for you! :)
No, but I may be able to refer you to someone, so ask me anyways!
If you aren't profiting from this project, then the answer is most likely yes! Your best bet is to ask permission. We're pretty freaking awesome at responding quickly.
Typically, an organization will reach out to us. They must be a 501(c)3 and a no-kill shelter. We base our decision on their website, financials and introduction.