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A Place for Artists: Virginia Kraljevic

Posted on 21 September 2010 by Mylynda Guthrie

"Olivetti Green" pen and ink by Virginia Kraljevic

"Olivetti Green" pen and ink by Virginia Kraljevic

Featuring another Indie College first today: A Place for Artists! If you’re an artist and want to get in on the action, email or We look forward to seeing and featuring your work!

Artists and designers: if you’re interested in ad space on Indie College’s front page, contact James for our ridiculously reasonable rates.

You may have noticed our snazzy new image for the A Place for Authors feature. In case you’re curious, it’s a pen and ink original called “Olivetti Green,” by New York’s self-made woman Virginia Kraljevic.

Virginia crafts adorable, unique pen and ink drawings in her New York Studio, and sells her prints for shockingly affordable rates. According to her Etsy bio, “Virginia debuted her illustrations and handmade paper goods in 2009 at the Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to participating in numerous craft events along the Eastern Seaboard, she is an active member of the {NewNew} New York Etsy Street Team.”

You can learn more about Virginia and pick up your very own print (my favorite’s are “Ribbons,” “For the Love of Toast,” and “Pepe’s Village”) by visiting

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