Handmade Portraits: Junkprints

Handmade Portraits: Junkprints

See the Article on Etsy’s blog, The Storque, for more information:

This is the first in a series called Handmade Portraits. These mini-documentaries are intended to tell stories of handmade ingenuity and feature artists who are an inspiration to the Etsy community and beyond.

Check out the Junkprints Etsy shop!

Check out the Handmade Portrait video playlist: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=D5F437BACC0EDCD3

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27 thoughts on “Handmade Portraits: Junkprints

  1. I love her attitude and her work. I wish I had a fabric store near me like the one she went to in the video!!

  2. Chanel, you had a dream as a young adolescent, stayed focused, and kept putting one foot in front of the other to achieve your remarkable success. You can be so proud of yourself.

  3. Obviously they are worth money to someone, as she sells stuff on etsy.
    Everyone has a different opinion of what is unique and valuable and putting someone else's work down calling it worthless is not helpful at all. You have a right to your own opinion but the people on etsy work a long time and put a lot of effort into this stuff, it's very hurtful when you say stuff like that. The great thing about art is that not everyone has to understand it, but the people who do find it very meaningful.

  4. I like her and she IS an artist. If you say she is not then you are obviously NOT an artist yourself…

  5. over rated.. and the name junkprints fits perfect.. cause they are junk.Those heat press images dont last very long and either they start cracking or fade out or both,thats why junk prints fits well, its not like a real screen print. As an artist?.. well does she draw at all?.. nope! ,she is just mixing , overlaping and layering images on photshop etc etc, pretty boring and ovedone.But she is creative.. but unoriginal. I mean this in the best way..not to sound like a hater.. just being honest.

  6. You are very talented!! Brooklyn is great–Windsor Terrace, Park Slope, Coney Island, Bensonhurst, Bay Ridge…I lived all over Brooklyn!

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