Sweetsere

From the Dirty South to the great Northwest

Astoria, Oregon · 167 Sales

Sweetsere

From the Dirty South to the great Northwest

Astoria, Oregon 167 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(59)

Shop owner

Kim Rose

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Announcement   Sweetsere offers my designed goods, wood panel photos, and art prints. I also sell vintage wares, fashion, and crafting supplies.

Kim Rose Adams artist website: http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/

If you are shopping locally in Astoria, Oregon, you can find my tote bags at Buoy Beer Co., Farmhouse Funk, the Astoria Column gift shop, and Fort Clatsop gift shop.

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FEEDBACK ROLL!!

"I sent this as a gift to a friend who used to reside in Oregon. She said the tote depicted a picture of her favorite beach and absolutely loved it! This was a fantastic experience from start to finish and I highly recommend this shop!"

~(from Alena Josephson in the U.S.)


"Beautiful photography! Thank you so much, my husband's going to love this bag, it's perfect! Will buy from again!"

~(from Shawna Boyd in Olympia, WA)


"From the magazine cutout on the front of the package to the photocopied inside photo, of damages sustained in action, to the belt itself, a gem of DIY punk aesthetic, I am thoroughly f**king impressed. I showed it off to a friend at work and he loved it so much he wants one for himself. It boils down to this: you f**king rock.
Keep on, keepin' on."

~(from Tao in Copenhagen, Denmark)


"What a searing work, sitting out for view already, just awaiting frame! Wrecked by this piece. Again, your work is stunning; the transaction was easy, communication, A++++, pack & ship, perfect. Highly recommended. Seriously. Thanks so much!!"

~(from Jodi Sherman in Campbell, CA)


"Gorgeous work, fabulous customer care, superfast response and ship. I'm now a wannabe Sweetsere aficionado. Thank you so much!! Highly recommended!"

~(from Jodi Sherman in Campbell, CA)


"THESE VANS ARE AMAZING. The animal skull pattern really sets these vans apart from the rest. They arrived super fast and they fit great! They made a great addition to my unique collection of shoes!"

~(from Sam Keck in Grass Lake, MI)


"Arrived today... pretty funky and nice handmade effects... now I need to hide it so my husband doesn't find it before February... thank you x "

~(from Victoria Cowan in Oxford, United Kingdom)


"The book was even more beautiful in person. I greatly appreciate the wonderful packaging as well. I WILL be recommending this amazing shop as well!"

~(from Alexander Randolph in Southfield, MI)

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CURRENT FEATURE ROLL!!

BLOG

Hotel Linen Design for Adrift Hotel, http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/art-blog-kimroseadams/2017/1/13/hotel-linen-design-on-the-washington-peninsula-meet-adrift-hotels-new-pillows-from-my-studio

Custom Design for Buoy Beer Co., http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/art-blog-kimroseadams/2015/12/15/buoy-beer-brewery-tote-bag-merchandise-kim-adams-designer-photography-creative-shopping-gifts

Fashion Feature, http://christinesbeadworks.blogspot.co.uk/2010/01/cant-get-enough-bottle-caps-4.html

DOCUMENTARY
“Grrlz Rock 2010,” www.youtube/Kim_Rose.wmv

RETAIL
Buoy Beer Co. (Astoria, OR)
Fort Clatsop, a national historic park (Astoria, OR)
Astoria Column, on the National Register of Historic Places (Astoria, OR)
Farmhouse Funk (Astoria, OR)

GALLERY
Lightbox Photographic (Astoria, OR)
Creative Hang-ups (New Orleans metro, LA)

DESIGN
Adrift Hotel
Buoy Beer Co.
Fort Clatsop State Park
Astoria Column City Park

Announcement

Last updated on Feb 4, 2017

Sweetsere offers my designed goods, wood panel photos, and art prints. I also sell vintage wares, fashion, and crafting supplies.

Kim Rose Adams artist website: http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/

If you are shopping locally in Astoria, Oregon, you can find my tote bags at Buoy Beer Co., Farmhouse Funk, the Astoria Column gift shop, and Fort Clatsop gift shop.

_______________________++++_____________++++_________________________


FEEDBACK ROLL!!

"I sent this as a gift to a friend who used to reside in Oregon. She said the tote depicted a picture of her favorite beach and absolutely loved it! This was a fantastic experience from start to finish and I highly recommend this shop!"

~(from Alena Josephson in the U.S.)


"Beautiful photography! Thank you so much, my husband's going to love this bag, it's perfect! Will buy from again!"

~(from Shawna Boyd in Olympia, WA)


"From the magazine cutout on the front of the package to the photocopied inside photo, of damages sustained in action, to the belt itself, a gem of DIY punk aesthetic, I am thoroughly f**king impressed. I showed it off to a friend at work and he loved it so much he wants one for himself. It boils down to this: you f**king rock.
Keep on, keepin' on."

~(from Tao in Copenhagen, Denmark)


"What a searing work, sitting out for view already, just awaiting frame! Wrecked by this piece. Again, your work is stunning; the transaction was easy, communication, A++++, pack & ship, perfect. Highly recommended. Seriously. Thanks so much!!"

~(from Jodi Sherman in Campbell, CA)


"Gorgeous work, fabulous customer care, superfast response and ship. I'm now a wannabe Sweetsere aficionado. Thank you so much!! Highly recommended!"

~(from Jodi Sherman in Campbell, CA)


"THESE VANS ARE AMAZING. The animal skull pattern really sets these vans apart from the rest. They arrived super fast and they fit great! They made a great addition to my unique collection of shoes!"

~(from Sam Keck in Grass Lake, MI)


"Arrived today... pretty funky and nice handmade effects... now I need to hide it so my husband doesn't find it before February... thank you x "

~(from Victoria Cowan in Oxford, United Kingdom)


"The book was even more beautiful in person. I greatly appreciate the wonderful packaging as well. I WILL be recommending this amazing shop as well!"

~(from Alexander Randolph in Southfield, MI)

_______________________++++_____________++++__________________________


CURRENT FEATURE ROLL!!

BLOG

Hotel Linen Design for Adrift Hotel, http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/art-blog-kimroseadams/2017/1/13/hotel-linen-design-on-the-washington-peninsula-meet-adrift-hotels-new-pillows-from-my-studio

Custom Design for Buoy Beer Co., http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/art-blog-kimroseadams/2015/12/15/buoy-beer-brewery-tote-bag-merchandise-kim-adams-designer-photography-creative-shopping-gifts

Fashion Feature, http://christinesbeadworks.blogspot.co.uk/2010/01/cant-get-enough-bottle-caps-4.html

DOCUMENTARY
“Grrlz Rock 2010,” www.youtube/Kim_Rose.wmv

RETAIL
Buoy Beer Co. (Astoria, OR)
Fort Clatsop, a national historic park (Astoria, OR)
Astoria Column, on the National Register of Historic Places (Astoria, OR)
Farmhouse Funk (Astoria, OR)

GALLERY
Lightbox Photographic (Astoria, OR)
Creative Hang-ups (New Orleans metro, LA)

DESIGN
Adrift Hotel
Buoy Beer Co.
Fort Clatsop State Park
Astoria Column City Park

Kim Rose

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Kim Rose

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Updates

Don't forget to check out the vintage collection in my shop! It is small but ever-growing with classic style and quality pieces of gothic, rockabilly, and punk fashion and accessories, hand-picked by me from treasure troves.
My photographs are now available in a new and growing collection of art wood panels! Check out size options and their sleek modern look. Using all archival materials, these come ready to hang.
Modern wood photo panels are now available in my shop! I will be listing more of these all next week. They sit 1.8" deep and add a sleek and simple design to your home or workspace. Any prints that are not listed as panels yet may be special ordered.
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About

Artist from the Dirty South

~Education~
I'm a female artist from the Dirty South. As a teenager, I had a brief apprenticeship as a tattoo artist, which you will see influences my line work. I later attended a university, learning how to make prints in a darkroom, screen-print, and illustrate. I now live and work in the Northwest.

During my education at the University of New Orleans, I was recognized with the Trish Hollis "Designer of the Year" award while taking print-making and illustration classes. I finished my BA in fine arts in 2006.

~Inspiration~
Most of my free time revolves around art – figuring out how to make it work, organizing myself, and trying to represent it all. I paint, draw, photograph, and build with wood for fun and functionality. Inspiration for me comes from little walks alone with my camera, street art, tattoo-style drawing, meticulous line work by other artists, traveling, a desire for beautiful and functional design, juxtaposed textures, skateboarding, and new relationships between colors.

~Customized Shopping Experience~
Anything you like in my shop I can pretty much custom fit to that space on your wall. I am open to licensing my work as well. I am available for commissions, art sales, consignment, and wholesale to retail shops.

~My Process of Manufacturing~
I use an outside printer-manufacturer to offer my design work and art as prints, framed prints, tote bags, and throw pillows, since I cannot afford production equipment on my own.

In 2013, I chose a California-based manufacturer who offers relatively fast turnaround on small orders, allowing me to grow my shop organically rather than having to order hundreds of products at a time. When they are still available, I sell my originals alongside the printed products so that buyers can have both options!

As an Etsy shop owner, I solely photograph, edit, and design each item, then proof each product before it is made to order. Then the manufacturer prints the archival prints on fabric or paper and assembles the tote bags and throw pillows, and I include washing instructions with each item.

Here's a DOCUMENTARY about my work and stance as a female artist in the modern world:

“Grrlz Rock 2010,” www.youtube/Kim_Rose.wmv

Here is my website, which has a much larger portfolio of my work:

http://notyoureverydaydreamer.rocks/

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Shop members

  • Kim Rose

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Illustrator

Production partners

  • an American printing company

    CA, United States

    This company offers large format archival printing and manufacturing in an American facility so that I can offer my photography and illustrations as printed works of art and durable goods.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 25, 2016
Welcome to my shop! You are looking at original art and products created or designed by myself, along with some great vintage scores. If you have any questions, you may contact me directly through Etsy.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept Etsy gift cards and direct checkout through Etsy with a major credit card. Direct checkout is safe and gives artists the most profit for their goods, so thank you. Oregon does not charge a sales tax, lucky for you!
Shipping
I ship item(s) as soon as I can, usually within 1 - 3 business days, or as noted in the listing.

Some items, such as tote bags and throw pillows or specially sized art prints that are made to order, have a manufacturing time of about two weeks, so you will receive your item as noted in the listing.

My art prints over 11 x 14 inches will ship rolled in cardboard tubes, since that seems to be the safest way. Simply allow the print to uncurl for up to three days on a flat surface with added weight at the corners (use books!).
Refunds and Exchanges
I will accept returns of delivered items in original condition within a week of their delivery date and offer a full refund minus shipping costs.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you are curious about my education, inspiration, and manufacturing processes, check out my Profile or About page for more info, and thanks for looking!

I am available for custom creative projects and product design, wholesale, and limited consignment.

More information

Last updated on Mar 7, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Shipping from the rural Oregon Coast

I ship from rural Oregon, so delivery of goods may take a day longer than what is standard for urban areas.