RobinFinnArt

Original Art, Prints, and Patches

Boston, Massachusetts

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This shop got multiple 5-star reviews in the past 7 days.

Announcement    Thanks to my new home printing setup, I've permanently lowered prices on my art prints! And it's all possible because of your support over the last year. Greeting cards coming soon. <3

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Last updated on Jun 22, 2021

Thanks to my new home printing setup, I've permanently lowered prices on my art prints! And it's all possible because of your support over the last year. Greeting cards coming soon. <3

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About RobinFinnArt

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On Etsy since 2016

About

I'm Robin Finn, an illustrator and printmaker based in the Boston area. He/him.

All profits go to mutual aid funds, grassroots orgs, & direct giving.

Shop members

  • Robin Finn

    Owner

    I'm an illustrator and printmaker who works out of my home studio. As a bi trans man, I love making art that celebrates our beautiful queer communities.

Production partners

  • Professional Print Shop

    Waltham, MA

    Prints my original designs.

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Last updated on Jun 17, 2021
Frequently asked questions
How do I care for handmade patches?

For long term fray prevention, sew or hem the edges. 


The edges are lightly protected against fraying with a coating of water-based adhesive. This is for short-term protection only, and is not intended to stand up against washing.

Wait at least a week before washing. Machine or hand wash in cold water with mild detergent.

I have allergies. What should I know about your home and your products?

All products are made in my smoke-free, (almost) fragrance-free, cat-friendly home. To manage my own allergies, I keep my environment clean & carpet-free, and I do not use harsh cleaning chemicals. However, I live in an older home and cannot guarantee a 100% sterile environment.

What do you mean when you say all profits go to mutual aid?

A set $ amount from sales of certain items will be set aside for specific causes; see item descriptions for details. Then, after expenses, all remaining yearly profits will go back to mutual aid funds & grassroots orgs.

Grassroots orgs that I support:
- Massachusetts Bail Fund
- Out in the Open
- Sylvia Rivera Law Project
- Black and Pink

Examples of mutual aid & direct giving:
- Whose Corner is it Anyway: Western MA mutual aid fund for low-income street-based sex workers.
- Solidarity Supply Distro: Free groceries and supplies for Boston area residents.
- Disaster relief mutual aid funds
- Individual crowdfunds & requests, especially those benefiting QTPOC.

Why? Because at the moment, I can.

Do you make custom patches?

Sorry, no. Each patch design takes hours, and printing is a batch process that takes another few hours. I'd have to charge well over $100 to make one custom patch at a $20 living wage. Printing is also a physically intensive process that plays badly with my chronic illness. However, I'm happy to take suggestions for new slogans or designs, and I just might get around to some of them!