Journal

Kindred Artist of the Week: Christine Trac

"My favorite moments are when I see new beautiful little details emerge – it’s unexpectedly delightful to learn something new in the process of repetition."

Presenting our Kindred Artist of the Week series! We are big fans of all the artists we work with and we are so excited to share their stories!

This week’s featured artist is Christine Trac, the thoughtful and impeccable designer behind Abacus Row. We love the fine details and subtle beauty of her work, and her intentionality around community and cultural connection.

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Kindred Artist of the Week: Angie Flickinger

"I’m inspired by connections - exploring the ways that we connect to and interact with nature, how we connect to each other interpersonally to build community, and how we connect to our selves to better know and care for our bodies and minds. I’m also always inspired by simply spending time outdoors."

Presenting our Kindred Artist of the Week series! We are big fans of all the artists we work with and we are so excited to share their stories!

This week’s featured artist is Angie Flickinger, a southeast Alaska sister who infuses the beauty of the outdoors into the beauty of our bodies. 

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Kindred Artist of the Week: Ricardo Levins Morales

"I am most of all inspired by the resilience that resides in nature, in living things including the humans I get to collaborate with. Because I create art for social justice movements I am in regular contact with people taking real steps to make tangible short and long-term change."

Presenting our Kindred Artist of the Week series! We are big fans of all the artists we work with and we are so excited to share their stories!

This week’s featured artist is the infinitely inspiring Ricardo Levins Morales, a social justice luminary whose art and organizing have spanned decades of movements.

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