so i dont really know how to word these kinds of posts but like - I HAVE A SHOP! I kind of half-hearted posted about it a while back, but I haven’t gotten any orders yet, and i really need money now!!!
i’m a nonbinary transgender person trying to raise money to move out of my family’s house (a very toxic environment for me) and my mental illnesses (and autism) make it very difficult for me to get a job (though i am trying!).
if you can please at least take a look at my shop (all patches are $5, embroidery is $15) i would really appreciate it!!! and if you can’t buy anything, please signal boost! if i get some orders i will consider opening up for commissions! thank you all!!!
so ive been thinkin abt pronouns n stuff, and i think ive decided that when im wearing a binder i want to be called by he/him pronouns and when im not, i want to be called they/them. also like they/them as like a general pronoun if u dont know how im identifying atm.
doodled all over my arm, taken by my friend Nikki
Home-mades, Stanislava Pinchuk
Home-made tattoos for friends & friends of friends, playing with memory, space & geography turned back on the body, all completed as trades.
- Wildflower with galaxy spores: traded for tailoring
- Australian native lilacs & wildflowers: traded for a house-plant & a necklace
- Orion’s belt, drawn from memory: traded for dinner
- L: Twin Branches: traded for a wallet & necklace, R: A map of the NYC high line from memory: traded for the most amazing crystal
- Shield (Constellation): traded for house plants
- Solar Eclipse: traded for dinner
- L: Constellation (Diamond): traded for a drawing, R: Wolf with a city on its back: traded for a drawing
- L: A map within a firework exploding, marking north, Berlin, Vancouver & Melbourne in its rays, brother & sister before parting again: traded for whiskey, R: Twin Branches (Constellation): traded for a drawing
- L: Constellation like mountain: traded for home-cooking, R: Twin Branches: traded for whiskey
- A map of 4 cities between Melbourne (Constellation): traded for a drawing
Natasha Lyonne’s outfits in Slums of Beverly Hills (1998)