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Exceeding Expectations

Here is a list of all my artwork that have had over 1000 viewers, so many appreciative comments, and so many people ‘liking’ my artwork. Many are over 2000, a handful are over 5000, and one is over 7000. ( Can you pick which one has had the most viewers? )

Whilst this may not seem like a lot to some Redbubble artists, I have watched a steady decline of traffic to my artwork over the last few years. When I was one of a few thousand artists portraying themselves on Redbubble, the daily hits to our artwork was staggering. But over the last 18-24months (2009/2010), when membership has trebled (and that doesn’t include the bot-swarm we had in mid 2010) and artwork was uploaded in many hundreds of Gigabytes, well, many of us watched our artwork get absorbed into the maelstrom. So it is a big surprise to find artwork with over 5000 views!

Anyhow, check ’em out. Each card links back to full size and upon various mediums. They are still my favourite works, and the traffic-count shows you’d like them also:

and Calendar

Staggering! Whilst my artwork has exceeded 200,000 views, I won’t be reporting when it reaches 250,00 for a little while longer.

Comments

  • vampvamp
    vampvampover 3 years ago

    awesome!
    is the coffee heart the big fav? :)

  • Thanks Vamp. Aha, not that one, though it does get its fair share of views. But you are surprisingly close ;)

    – Stephen Mitchell

  • vampvamp
    vampvampover 3 years ago

    the coffee cup.

  • Nope, not the coffee series. Surprisingly. When I say close, I mean another way….

    – Stephen Mitchell

  • Paula McManus
    Paula McManusover 3 years ago

    congratulations Stephen!!!!! that’s really impressive!
    I would guess that your most popular image is the very last one? It’s brilliant :)

  • Paula, thanks so much! Yes, the last one, Escaping the Storm . It was one of twenty in my 2010 SALA exhibition , so all my promotion during the event probably helped!

    – Stephen Mitchell