mandala prints

8" x 8" colored pencil/marker. Printed on Moab Bright paper. Signed/dated on back. Ten prints (see below) are available. I will add more in the future. See all my mandalas here.

*Orders come with a hand-edited manuscript page of Leave Society or something else I've printed and edited with a pen.

After clicking "Buy Now," type the print(s) you want in the "Description" bar.

Questions and answers

Q: How much is shipping?

$6 for domestic orders, which will be mailed by USPS priority or first-class mail, and $15 for international orders, which will be mailed first-class.

Q: Are these the same size as the originals?


Q: What’s your process?

I talk about my process some in interviews here and here.

Q: Can I get this in all-over print on a hoodie?

I don’t have that but it seems like a good idea. Feel free to do that. If you do, I would like to see the result.

Q: Where can I email other questions?

binky.tabby [at] gmail [dot] com.

cats/aliens mandala (2021)

This mandala features cats and aliens with neutral, calm, satisfied, pleased, content, delighted, and happy facial expressions.

torsion mandala (2021)

Nikolai Kozyrev (1908-1983) studied torsion, an effect that mainstream physics seems to know little to nothing about. Read about it here.

mandala 13 (2014)

This mandala is one of my favorites that I've drawn. I drew it relatively fast. There is a large, inconspicuous babyhead in it.

numbers mandala (2015)

This mandala was partially inspired by DNA and the I Ching. DNA has 64 codons and the I Ching has 64 hexagrams.

mandala 25 (2015)

This mandala—in part and blue tinted—is on the cover of Trip: Psychedelics, Alienation, and Change.

water mandala (2020)

This mandala was inspired by water.

Dudu mandala (2016)

This mandala was inspired by Dudu, my parents' toy poodle. Dudu was born on November 22, 2007. She lives in Taipei.

cannabis mandala (2015)

This mandala combines cannabis and hamsters.

mandala 12 (2014)

This mandala was on the cover of an issue of Vice in 2014.

mandala 8 (2014)

This mandala reminds me of the shapes of tomatoes a little.