Watchman's Note

This is a journey to the best designs in the world of Handpicked and presented (along with my own artwork) by yours truly, the driving force behind Surreality designs. We'll discover great artists and special products -mostly with a taste for the eccentric. But let us not confine ourselves in specific genres: the possibilities are endless and so is the great art one can find at Zazzle.


Striped lunacy

Some artists overdo it with patterns and textures. They seem to get carried away and lose their sense of composition, the one thing that makes a design tic. Sandy from Sandygrafik, doesn't! She knows what she's doing and why, and that's how she makes astonishing work such as this crazy, stripey character. Funny and wild, this postcard is sure unusual.
Do you want to see some of her other lunatiks? Thought so...:
She is great at making unique creatures from fairy tales, too, but I felt more at home with this particular product line. [Some times I wonder why... Naah!] You could also visit her interesting blog and see more of her work.


  1. Many thanks for the feature!! I appreciate your kind comments on my work!!
    Best wishes,

  2. It's been my pleasure, Sandra.
    Keep up the great work!

  3. Hi Surreality - I'm a fellow Zazzler (HightonRidley) - you've got some great surreal stuff in your store and good to see you're keeping your blog fresh :)

    Did you know you can keep your blog fresh with your featured Zazzle designs automatically?

    How? Use my Zazzlit gadget in your side panel and then just go to Zazzle and tag the gear you want to feature - they'll automatically appear in the Zazzlit gadget on your blog.
    And you get any referrals coming from product clicks (via your zazzle associate id)

    It's better than the Zazzle blog panel you're already using - it will show just the products you have tagged, you decide on the image size and the number of items to show.

    For example you might decide to set it up for the tag "myfeaturedgear", just go into Zazzle, add or remove that tag from your stuff as appropriate, then just that stuff will appear in the Zazzlit Gadget.

    Anything that makes blog maintenance and updating a cinch has gotta be a good thing ;)

    My tutorial for it is here

    If you decide to have a go, let me know how you get on :)

  4. Thank you, Highton-Ridley.
    Your gadget seems like an interesting tool.
    I'll have a look and let you know.


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