Sponsor me, please

A lot of people say they enjoy my images of Japan, however, there’s too many to buy! Though my images are available for private purchasing for private blogs and also available as gallery quality prints (shipped to your door) via my PhotoShelter Portfolio, these are still not great options for everyone.

I’ve set up a Flattr profile (a popular microdonation platform) especially so folks on social networks who enjoy my work can contribute to helping me make more, bigger, louder, and more fascinating photos in the future. You can help me go to places I would not have tried to afford to and bring back fascinating photos to share. Your microdonations can sponsor more special photo shoots with great models like Ai Tsukamoto and others. As you can see below, I also love to experiment with film and create art projects. Even if you can’t afford to have a print made, you can still enjoy the small electronic versions below and on my portfolio. Currently, I can receive “Flattr” on 500px, Twitter, YouTube, and of course here. So please sponsor me with your microdonations. 🙂  Finally, a special thanks to those who have already flattr’ed me, your help is greatly appreciated.

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A previous art project, Poem of a Cacophonous City:

Andrew Blyth's works on display at the 26th annual Nagoya Foreign Artists Exhibition (FAE26).

Andrew Blyth’s works on display at the 26th annual Nagoya Foreign Artists Exhibition (FAE26).

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