You can buy a custom branding iron or metal stamp to sign your work. But what if you are, uh, parsimonious? Or perhaps your name is Megan Fitzpatrick?
This week I ordered a custom rubber stamp for a promotional thing-a-ding we have coming at Lost Art Press. As always, I used Simon’s Stamps in Massachusetts, which I’ve been using for years. They are fast, cheap and do good work.
Just choose a size of your stamp and upload your artwork. My stamp was 2-1/2” high and 2” wide. (That is huge.) Cost: $16 plus shipping. Turnaround time: Less than a week.
These stamps would be a nice way to mark your handiwork with a custom logo or even your signature. You can send Simon’s Stamps almost any kind of freaky shape and they’ll make a nice stamp with it. And the best thing is you don’t have to invest in an expensive metal stamp.
Now I just need to find some pink ink pads to really make it mine.
— Christopher Schwarz