Here are some John Green book collages that I made! I hope y’all like them! I’m super excited to announce that…
ALL THE DESIGNS ARE FOR SALE AT DFTBA RECORDS!!! AAAAH!
BONUS! The lovely people at DFTBA Records are giving a $10 discount when you buy all five together! So, buy 4, get 1 freeeeeeeeeeeeeee!
Let me know which one is your favourite!
P.S See if you can spot all the items from Margo’s List in the Paper Towns design! There are; 3 catfish, 6 mountain dews, tissues, veet, a dozen tulips, a bottle of water, a can of blue spray paint and some vaseline hidden in the poster!
And another huge thank you to John, Hank, Alan and everyone at DFTBA Records for making this all happen. I can’t stop squealing!
I love these so much. Get ‘em here.
The incredibly complicated, tri-continental story of this poster will be told in today’s vlogbrothers video, but basically: I wrote a book, then a 16-year-old nerdfighter from the Philippines named Nica was inspired to make artwork depicting Hazel and Augustus, and then a young nerdfighter from Norway named Ashild turned it into a poster and added the quote from TFiOS.
So basically this poster captures the strange and wonderful way that tumblr facilitates the making of strange and wonderful things. (All preorders will be signed by me, naturally, due to my signing addiction.)
Wow thanks USPS.
Email dftbarecords at gmail dot com, we’ll take care of you, we kept a couple extra on hand because sometimes this just happens.
Alan Lastufka: stalking tags on tumblr just to make sure every single DFTBA Records customer is happy.
That is some proactive customer service!
Lena is a 19-year-old Canadian business student, Harry Potter fan, nerdfighter, and fanfiction writer who also makes beautiful minimalist posters about stuff she likes, including The Fault in Our Stars. I really liked her artwork, so we’ve decided to make a few of them available as 12 x 12 prints through DFTBA. The first 950 of each will be signed by me, because I like to sign things.
They’re available for preorder now and will ship in mid-November. (They’ll arrive before Christmas if you live in the US, the UK, or Canada. Otherwise, no guarantees, because customs.)
This artwork, inspired by The Fault in Our Stars, was designed by Lala Vicencio.
This quote was taken from a video I made and turned into awesome typography by 19-year-old nerdfighter Erin, who lives in California. And now you can celebrate the unironic and unabashed liking of things on your wall. Huzzah!
They’re $12. And the first 250 of each color will be signed by me—because, you know, I like signing stuff.