RoadsideLinenArts

Roadside Linen Arts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 671 Sales

RoadsideLinenArts

Roadside Linen Arts

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 671 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   Welcome to Roadside Linen Arts. Here, you can support loving animal rescue, a small time manufacturer in the U.S. and a self-representing artist! I am a socially conscientious, retired climate change scientist who has found a love for laser cutting and jewelry making. My maker space, NextFab, is located in beautiful South Philadephia.

All JEWELRY sales from my store benefit worthy animal rescue groups. When you use one of the coupon codes below, you get 10% off your purchase (of $8 or more) and I DONATE 100% OF THE PROFITS from the sale to the rescue group indicated for that code. Since October 2013, I have donated more than $5600 from Roadside Linen Arts sales here on Etsy and through live events (as of 12/26/17).

COUPON CODE -- Rescue group that benefits:
HELPRRR -- Rocky Ridge Refuge, Midway AR
HELPPAWS -- Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, Philadelphia PA
HELPACCT -- Philadoptables and ACCT Philly, Philadelphia PA
HELPSPCA -- Pennsylvania SPCA, Philadelphia PA
HELPDELCOSPCA -- Providence Animal Center (formerly the Delaware County SPCA), Media PA

If you wish to forgo the 10% discount to increase donations to your favorite group, just include a note at Etsy checkout telling me where you want the donation to go.

To learn more about each of these groups, please look for them on Facebook!

Where does the name "Roadside Linen Arts" come from?

A "Linen" is a type of postcard that was popular in America from the 1930s through the 1950's. "Roadside" topical postcards are views of mid-century Americana at its finest: tourist attractions, national parks, amusement parks, diners, motels and roadside scenes. Like the varied and colorful roadside attractions that vied for mid-century tourists, I hope you find my artwork unique, fun and expressive.

To see more photos and to find out where we will next be selling, please follow Roadside Linen Arts on Instagram or Facebook.

Announcement

Last updated on Dec 27, 2017

Welcome to Roadside Linen Arts. Here, you can support loving animal rescue, a small time manufacturer in the U.S. and a self-representing artist! I am a socially conscientious, retired climate change scientist who has found a love for laser cutting and jewelry making. My maker space, NextFab, is located in beautiful South Philadephia.

All JEWELRY sales from my store benefit worthy animal rescue groups. When you use one of the coupon codes below, you get 10% off your purchase (of $8 or more) and I DONATE 100% OF THE PROFITS from the sale to the rescue group indicated for that code. Since October 2013, I have donated more than $5600 from Roadside Linen Arts sales here on Etsy and through live events (as of 12/26/17).

COUPON CODE -- Rescue group that benefits:
HELPRRR -- Rocky Ridge Refuge, Midway AR
HELPPAWS -- Philadelphia Animal Welfare Society, Philadelphia PA
HELPACCT -- Philadoptables and ACCT Philly, Philadelphia PA
HELPSPCA -- Pennsylvania SPCA, Philadelphia PA
HELPDELCOSPCA -- Providence Animal Center (formerly the Delaware County SPCA), Media PA

If you wish to forgo the 10% discount to increase donations to your favorite group, just include a note at Etsy checkout telling me where you want the donation to go.

To learn more about each of these groups, please look for them on Facebook!

Where does the name "Roadside Linen Arts" come from?

A "Linen" is a type of postcard that was popular in America from the 1930s through the 1950's. "Roadside" topical postcards are views of mid-century Americana at its finest: tourist attractions, national parks, amusement parks, diners, motels and roadside scenes. Like the varied and colorful roadside attractions that vied for mid-century tourists, I hope you find my artwork unique, fun and expressive.

To see more photos and to find out where we will next be selling, please follow Roadside Linen Arts on Instagram or Facebook.

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  • Alvin Einstein

    Assistant, Inspiration

    Abandoned as a puppy. Adopted. Loved unconditionally by Mom, Dad, sisters, sister's boyfriends, Grandma, family friends and Walter, Teddy and Cooper. (OK, maybe with these three, there's some conditionality that involves squeeky tennis balls ...)

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Last updated on Dec 6, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Do you ship internationally?

I am sorry, but I currently ship only within the lower 48 United States.

Custom and personalized orders

I am not currently doing custom laser cutting. However if you would like to purchase any of my current items in larger quantities, please contact me for a quote.