Here are a few of our featured products this week. ATL Sunshine: 166's Round Bag ATL Sunshine: 166's Women T-Shirt ATL Sunshine: 166 #4 Leggings all of the featured products this week were inspired by a drive on Hwy 166 in Atlanta, Georgia. B
WIM is still here and has been running for 2 years and it is so amazing how far we have come. From just an idea to being on Redbubble & Society6 to our own website. We are consistently growing and are currently working on new designs that will be released at the top of the year. So be on the lookout for announcements and sneak previews.
Medusa was designed after thinking about the way there are different myths and stories surrounding Medusa. Then thinking about women in history and stories how often: they are painted as the villain the reason for something bad they need someone else to save them they need someone to tell them what to do. I thought about all that and designed Medusa. As well as thinking about how women themselves are misinterpreted and misrepresented. How what would happen if they told their story. What would they think about these stories: Would they think they are the Truth? Would they ask Can...
Bunnies were designed after thinking about the different interpretations of bunnies that are around. I just thought I want to create my own bunny interpretation as well. Chopper #1 was designed thinking about a bunny that could chew through wood. Drooly #1 was designed thinking about a cute & sleepy bunny. Wormy #1 was designed after seeing a bad apple and thinking if it had worms or not. I wanted to make sure all my designs were different from anything I had seen or could find.
Subber #1 was designed after having another argument with someone about subs vs dubs and watching “Scandal”. In “Scandal” Oliva Pope called someone a ‘Bitch Baby’ and it stuck in my head while I was designing so I went with it. During the argument someone said they didn’t have time to watch subbed because they were too lazy to read the subtitles. I exploded! That is why Subber #1 is laughing, because in no way is that a legitimate argument anywhere.