About Me & Contact

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Hi! I’m Julie, the creator of Julie Erin Designs; An illustration and surface design brand specializing in trendy and modern fashion, home décor and accessories.

I’ve been an artist since I was 5 years old and have a passion for all things creative.

Thanks to the internet, I now have the opportunity to share my artwork with the world, and share my journey with all of you!

I sell my art on prints, but also on clothing, home decor, electronics and accessory products through various Print On Demand websites. Find all of these and more in my store.

When I’m not creating art or taking photographs, you may find me traveling, hanging out with my cat, friends and family, or spending time in nature.

To learn more about me, check out my social profiles or read the FAQ below.

Brands I’ve Worked With

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FAQ

Why did you decide to become an artist?

I’ve always loved to create art, and now the internet has given artists a great opportunity to represent ourselves. So I decided to simply share my work while I was taking art courses in University. Since then I’ve grown my art into a small business and hope to continue along this path so I can do what I love while making a living from it.

When did you become an artist?

I’ve felt compelled to create since I was a young child.
After my dog died when I was 5 years old, I used art as a therapeutic tool to work through the grief. Since then, I’ve always loved to draw, paint, take photos, make crafts and do anything and everything creative.

What kind of art do you do?

I believe a great artist can portray their style in any medium.
That said, the main mediums I tend to work in are pen and pencil drawing, digital art, painting and photography.

What tools do you use for your art?

I enjoy experimenting with different art mediums. I’m currently using: Sharpie markers, gel pens, Apple iPad Pro, and more. You can find the whole list of tools I use for my art and business in the resources section.

How do I sell my own art online? Do you have any tips for me?

On my blog you will find a variety of resources on selling your own artwork online. Some good posts to get you started include, How to Sell Your Art Online in 5 Steps, and Where to Sell Your Art Online. You can also get a crash course in my Skillshare class: From Design to Product: Sell Your Art Online through Print on Demand.

Want to work with me?  License my designs? Request a custom piece? Contact me using the form below!