ArtEngine

Words and Pictures to FUEL your MAKER hands

Stony Brook, New York · 33 Sales

Announcement   Giddy Up! Celebrate process and encourage risk taking with stickers, posters and trading cards. It's fuel for our making hands!

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Last updated on Apr 6, 2018

Giddy Up! Celebrate process and encourage risk taking with stickers, posters and trading cards. It's fuel for our making hands!

MaryJo Allegra

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MaryJo Allegra

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Whenever you witness a student or colleague commit an act of courage, resilience, or compassion, SPEAK IT OUT LOUD. Share what you notice; affirm the act and celebrate by offering a sticker or button. There are many buttons, stickers and posters at the ArtEngine shop that are guaranteed to transform your studio, classroom or office culture into a playful and inspiring place of joy.

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  • MaryJo Allegra @ArtEngine

    Owner, Designer

    Hello, I'm MJ and I am an artist and art teacher with a goal to help others discover their creative potential. I design posters, stickers and buttons to fuel all the makers out there with mantras that celebrates process and a growth mindset.

Production partners

  • Moo.com

    Lincoln, RI

    All of the sticker designs you view at ArtEngine are made by my hands, and sometimes, text help from Photoshop. Moo.com brings my complete designs to life at their printshop, and then they are sent back to me in Stony Brook, New York, USA. I am so grateful for their ability to make my art wearable.

  • Vistaprint

    Venlo, Netherlands

    Every single design you view at ArtEngine is made by my hands, and sometimes help from Photoshop. Vistaprint prints my uploaded digital designs onto glossy cardstock and then they are sent back to me in Stony Brook, New York.

  • Wacky Buttons, Inc.

    East Rochester, NY

    Every design you view on ArtEngine is made by my hands, and sometimes with help from Photoshop. Wacky Buttons takes my complete design and makes a pin backed button, then sends it back to me in Stony Brook, New York. I am so grateful for their help in making my art wearable.

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