Ever since I was a kid, I have always seen these tins not as a container for cookies, but as a Filipino sewing kit. I have many many cherished memories of my great grandma and her single patterned, handmade outfits. Hopefully there are others out there with similar memories and our pins are a way to keep them alive for you as well.
When we met NY based artist Andrea Caceres during Virtual Licensing Week we knew we wanted to work with her immediately! Not only is she fun loving and an amazing artist, but she loves animals and draws her furry friends for a living. How cool is that? Come learn more about Andrea, her process, and our awesome dog pin collaborations being released this week in our next installment of our Little Artists Series!
Welcome to our Little Artist Series, a little blog where we take a deeper dive into the art and artists we love dearly.
Up First: San Diego based artist, Philip Tseng!
Philip and Jason met through a mutual friend at San Diego Comic Con a million years ago. Since then, they’ve kept in touch and even participated in the same art exhibits in pop art galleries in Los Angeles, CA. Philip has the ability to turn any object into something cute and huggable.