What do you mean by, “download and print for free?”
Just that. To the right hand side of each work, under the words ‘Download and Print for Free,’ are high resolution links to paginated PDFs and ordered PNGs on IMGUR.
If you’d like to create a a Zine/Saddle-Stitched Booklet of your own download the PDF, place it on a USB, and take it to your local print shop. Ask to print a 5.5 x 8.5 in. Saddle-Stitched Booklet and supply them with the PDF. Be sure to notify them that the PDF is already paginated. Print and enjoy. Print multiples and hand them out or one for yourself.
The PNGs on IMGUR can be used to make a cheap copy at home. Print the files on 8.5 x 11 in. paper and staple. Or alter for a project of your own.
The digital copies of the traditional artwork can be printed however you like. At Kinkos as a poster, by Giclee at a fancy art store, as a sticker, or on a home printer for fun.
If I can print it myself why would I pay you for it?
You don’t have to. I want people to have access to the work regardless of whether or not they can, or want to, pay me.
However, the prints of my traditional artwork are high quality Giclee prints on 100% Cotton Art Rag. Similiar to what you would find in an art gallery. They are as close to the original work as possible. The Zines are printed on 30 lb. White Stock and look great in person. Not to mention every purchase comes with free drawings and neat stuff I have sitting around. In the end though you’re paying, hopefully crypto, for a signature.
My signature isn’t even that good.
So I’m gonna buy one. How soon can I expect delivery?
All orders will be shipped with 3-4 days of confirmation. If you receive a damaged package or anything goes wrong you can expect a full refund or replacement within a reasonable time-frame as well.
Do you ship outside of the United States?
Yes but you will need to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to make a purchase. As in some cases it may be much too expensive to be worthwhile.
Can I edit and redistribute this work?
Yes. However the works on this site are Attribution-NonCommerical 4.0 Internationally Licensed. You can alter and do whatever you please but I ask that you do not adjust and re-purpose my work for commercial use.
How did you make these?
The majority of the illustrations in my Zines are done traditionally with brush and ink, scanned at 600dpi, and cleaned up in photoshop. Though the logos were grabbed off the net. The prints were created on Wood Panel or Rives BFK with traditional mediums and scanned by a large format scanner to create a 300dpi, printable, PNG.
What font is that?
It’s Sharp Sans made by my friend at Sharp Type.
I thought Wownero was a Monero Fork?
Wownero is a Monero Fork. Originally a meme created on freenode by PhilKode and myself and posted on r/Monero Wownero was taken on by a developer, jwinterm, and is now a legitimate, albeit funny, Monero fork. If you’re looking for the original Wownero.net meme site it’s preserved here:
If you’re looking for the official Wownero website, run by jwinterm, head over here:
And if you’re wondering why wownero.net is now an art store know that I didn’t want to waste a domain purchase or buy a new one.
I loved the artwork but I’m gonna print them myself. Can I donate instead?
Of course! Please donate to the addresses below. Anything is appreciated.