Featured Charity: Best Friends Animal Society
A picture of a Charity Pups print

You've got some questions, eh?

How do I order a custom illustration?

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!

What are the specs of the prints?

We offer multiple sizes from 8"x10" to 18"x24". Prints are produced on Epson Stylus Pro 7900, using Epson UltraChrome HDR ink-jet technology. The paper is Epson Enhanced Matte Paper, heavyweight stock, 10.3 mil thick. Probably more than you want to know, but we're proud of what we offer!

Why aren't prints signed anymore?

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 and fiancé.

How are prints shipped?

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.

How long does it take to receive a print once I place an order?

We ship 10 – 14 days after ordering. Holiday season can get a bit crazy, please keep that in mind. These are custom after all!

How detailed will my illustration be?

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! :)

How much do you charge?

$25: A "stock" illustration from the homepage.
$45: One custom dog.
$75: Two custom dogs, in one illustration.
$100: Three custom dogs, in one illustration.
$130: Four custom dogs, in one illustration
poster sizes above 8"x10" vary. Prices are subject to change—ugh don't you hate the legal talk?

I have a bunny, cat, baby, iguana, etc., will you draw it?

No, but I may be able to refer you to someone, so ask me anyways!

I want to use your art for my personal project, is that ok?

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.

How do you determine the Charity of the Month?

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.