Announcement quirky, obsessive, and accurate diagrams for food lovers by alyson thomas • • • check out the whole story at www.drywellart.com/blog • • • 10 % of each "Meat my City" poster sale will be donated to a local food bank in the corresponding city • • •
quirky, obsessive, and accurate diagrams for food lovers by alyson thomas • • • check out the whole story at www.drywellart.com/blog • • • 10 % of each "Meat my City" poster sale will be donated to a local food bank in the corresponding city • • •
Fatima Amon on Jul 8, 2016
Despite there being a bit of a detour until I finally received this via USPS (not Drywell's fault at all by the way! She's very responsive and accommodating!), I love this print and can't wait to give it the person I bought it for! I'm a graphic designer so I definitely know what good paper is and what good print quality is, and this definitely has both. The print quality is so good that it really does look like an original watercolor piece. I almost want to keep it for myself!
Quirky, obsessive, and accurate art for food lovers.
Drywell Art is the creation of me, Alyson Thomas. Drywell Art started in 2010, a few months after leaving my attorney past behind me. What began as a daily drawing challenge for this self-taught artist has grown into a full-time six-figure meat, booze, and food art business. I might be a genius. Probably not.
Everything in my shop started as an original artwork, hand drawn & watercolored by me. Serious research of food, butchery, beer & cocktails is required to create accurate, sometimes funny, and always 100% original diagrams. No stock images, no shortcuts, no nonsense. Well, maybe a little nonsense.
I have created custom illustrations for numerous companies, including Fleisher’s Meats, Williams-Sonoma, Chronicle Books, The Bruery in Placentia, CA, Padrecito in San Francisco, and Il Cane Rosso in Dallas, TX.
Drywell Art HQ is in San Francisco, where I can patronize nerdy cocktail bars, attend butchery demos, drink homebrew, and watch the wild parrots eating in my backyard. Seriously.
Drywell Art started in 2010, a few months after leaving my attorney past behind me. What began as a butchery diagram daily drawing challenge for this self-taught artist, has grown into a full-time meat, booze, and food art business.
Thanks so much for checking out the drywell art shop!
Accepted payment methods
If I have not received payment within 3 days, I will contact you via email and Etsy convo. If after 5 business days from the sale, I still have not received payment, I will cancel the sale.
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Refunds and Exchanges
TSHIRTS: Please contact within 3 days of receiving your package if your item arrives damaged. If your item was damaged during shipment, a replacement item or a full refund (including all shipping charges) will be sent upon safe receipt of the returned item.
Unfortunately, for sanitary reasons, I cannot accept returns of T-shirts due to fit issues. Please check and double check the shirt sizing link on the listing to get the right size for you. Thank you!