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Rabbit Valley Artists Cooperative Association printing services

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Rabbit Valley has now opened up its printing services to all artists. Artists do not need to sell prints through Rabbit Valley to take advantage of these services now. You can get artwork printed up to 44 inches (1.1 meters) wide for life size prints of your characters. Read for more info...The Rabbit Valley Artists Cooperative Association is a non-profit corporation formed as a spin-off of Rabbit Valley (R) Comics, the largest and oldest continuously running furry only comic book shop. The goal of the Co-op is to help small artists promote and sell their artwork.

RVACA offers sales services through Rabbit Valley as well as printing services for small press artists. Artists can order small batches of prints on card stock for their own personal sale or promotion. Artists can also take advantage of the large format printing system that allows artwork to be printed up to 44 inches wide (1.11 meters).

RVACA offers a variety of standard frame sizes at a discount from its normal list prices. Members of RVACA will receive a discount on the order. Contact Rabbit Valley for more information on becoming a member of RVACA.

Please visit our printing information site for pricing and other important details. Note: The person requesting the printing MUST hold the copyright on the artwork in question. We will not reprint artwork made by third parties.

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a store owner and Rabbit and Arctic Fox from Las Vegas, Nevada, interested in art, books, comics, novels, novellas, fanzines, magazines, and more...

Sean Rabbitt is the co-owner of Rabbit Valley® Comics, the longest operating (since 1987) all-furry comic book store.  Contrary to popular belief, "Rabbitt" is, and always has been, Sean's real last name.  He believes that he was "doomed" to become a furry.  Back in college in 1997, Sean started "Another RABCO Disaster"™, a small distribution service for Lance Rund and Chris McKinley's "Associated Student Bodies" comic.  Soon after, he purchased Mailbox Books from the retiring owners.  Today, Rabbit Valley has grown leaps and bounds, selling over 9000 different titles and items.  Their latest venture is publishing including the titles "Circles," "Associated Student Bodies," "Rocketship Rodents," and "Spooo Presents."  Sean is married to his husband and co-owner of Rabbit Valley, Andrew Rabbitt.  His mother isn't so much shocked to have married another man as much as that Andy took the last name "Rabbitt."
Andrew Rabbitt is the other co-owner of Rabbit Valley Comics. He took the name Rabbitt when he was wed to Sean in July of 2004 as a sign of his undying love – not as some weird furry dream-come-true. Andrew (who prefers to be called Andy by his friends) has been involved in the furry fandom for many years, and has been assisting Sean with Rabbit Valley since 1999. If you have placed an order through the Rabbit Valley website chances are he picked, packed, and shipped it to you. Outside of the fandom Andy enjoys cooking, surfing the web, and doing the various projects that come with home ownership. Seeing as Andrew and Sean purchased a house needing some tender love and care there is no shortage of projects.