Red Dot

Through the ages the "red dot" has had special significance in art circles. In an art gallery a red dot next to the title of a piece of art means that art has been sold.8869082057?profile=original

Back in the olden days of art fairs when slides were the preferred medium for submitting work for jurying, artists placed a red dot in the upper right hand corner of each slide so the person loading the slide carousels would position the image properly for projection to the jury. This procedure was standardized by the NAIA.

AFI members have been requesting a badge of some sort for a while now. Member Peggy Furlin suggested that we distribute Red Dots to members as a way to identify themselves to each other as they traveled the roads. So here you have it: the Red Dot bumper sticker.

8871132882?profile=originalWant to post it in your booth? Print it out, affix some vel-cro to the back and you can identify yourself to other members at the shows. Alternatively, you might like this AFI logo.

Two choices: download right here

or click PayPal and we'll send you one of your choice.

We will be giving them away to members for their contributions to our sites, but in case you can't wait to win one they are available at cost, $3 for one or $5 for two.

I'm looking forward to seeing spots as I travel!


Red Dot Sticker - 4"

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