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Buxton, United Kingdom

Jane Tellam, who prefers to be called Jinx, is an Artist, Graphic Designer and Art Director living in Buxton in the Peak District, England, who has obtained minor celebrity status as an abstract artist since she started the Mindgoop brand via a store on Zazzle in August 2011.
Jinx worked with horses for many years in various positions including a horse riding instructor, yard manager, polo groom, dressage groom, showjumping groom, and in horse physiotherapy. She changed careers after a motorcycle accident in 1997 and studied art and design at Farnborough Tech College, then went on to study Fine Art at Huddersfield University then changed courses, after being told that she was rubbish at art and should never pick up a paintbrush again, to a joint honors degree course in Environmental Illustration and Graphic Design at Sunderland University, graduating in 2002. After living in Australia she worked in telesales then as ghostwriter before starting Mindgoop in 2011. At Mindgoop she is CEO, Art Director, Graphic Designer, and Artist.
Mindgoop went swiftly from just one slogan T shirt to well over 90,000 products for sale between all the international Mindgoop branded stores. All art on Mindgoop is by J.M.Tellam.
Prints by J.M.Tellam can also be found elsewhere on the Mindgoop stores at Crated and Imagekind.
Canvas prints by J.M.Tellam and some Mindgoop products are also to be found on Amazon.
We are also on Cafepress as Mindgoop and Babygoop, Zippi as Mindgoop and Society6 as Mindgoop.
Other Mindgoop Zazzle stores include Giraffeandvole for alternative lifestyle products and Climbergoop (Mindgoop_climber) for mountain and rock climbing products and also to host some of J.M.Tellam’s canvas prints.
Mindgoop can also be found on Skreened for hundreds of quality screen printed tees as Mindgoop also as speciality stores Climbergoop, Artygoop, Despiralization, Squeegoop and of course Giraffeandvole.

  • Joined: August 2012


Feeling better

I’m back to doing art again (yippeee) as finally, after years and years of feeling utterly lousy and having endless blood tests the docs did a body chemistry test and discovered that I can’t actually process or store vitamin D from the sunlight/food and put me on Vitamin D therapy. Amazing what a difference a vitamin can make. I can see better (though I still go blind when I’m s…
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I’ve mostly been too ill or in too much pain to sit up let alone create new artwork for a few months now, which is frustrating as my head is full of art that I can’t get into a physical form. / This also means I have been barely able to do the behind the scenes updating, organizing and marketing needed to run my stores on print-on-demand sites. So, with a few additions when new produ…
Posted 7 months – Leave a comment

auto add bots.

So, as I’m having to spend hours editing every time the auto bot decides to randomly put my art on stuff I don’t want it on/ it’s not suitable to be on, that means that I am spending less hours uploading new art to this store: after all why add art at all when it’ll only end up on products that it won’t suit or be put on products badly, giving me even more hours to w…
Posted 10 months – Leave a comment

auto-adding of images to new products

I am getting really sick of Redbubble automatically adding my art and photography to new products. / I did not spend £19,000 on an Art and Design degree and then 4 years in the industry to have my art put willynilly onto anything it will fit on, regardless on whether it looks good on that product or not. / I spent 3 hrs deleting scarves 3 weeks ago, 1 hr deleting pencil skirts two weeks ago and n…
Posted about 1 year – Leave a comment
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