eco prints

My climate change print and shirts are finally up and ready to go home with you! Thank you so much for the outpouring of support you’ve all given me, it means the world. 

Get it HERE 

“Sometimes the thing you want to do least is the thing you have to do most. Because if you can do that one thing then you can do the rest of it. You just have to start.” - My most recent encouraging words to myself. Day 27 and 28 of the September challenge by @journaling-junkie



Adidas has teamed up with Parley for the Oceans — a movement aimed at eliminating the plastic waste that ends up in our seas — to create a new 3D-printed sneaker concept. The design consists of an upper made from “ocean plastic content” and a 3D-printed midsole made from recycled polyester and fishing nets. 

I love shopping so much, and the ability to buy vegan ethical sustainable fashion in Europe is amazing.
Here is my haul from the annual Green Market in Berlin on the weekend:
- Tote bag, 100% recycled from a mixed blend of plastic bottles and cotton (Róka Fair Clothing)
- Recycled/Upcycled handmade ethical underwear (Anek Dot Berlin)
- Ethical and sustainably made tops (Braintree Clothing
- Ethical, eco-friendly hand printed sweet wear top, this one featuring “Kale ‘Em with Kindness” (Plant Faced)

Also the top with the slight blue cloud colouring is from a sustainable fashion store my friend and I stumbled upon in Budapest, Hungary. They’re one of the first Budapest, and I hope its not the last. Please check out store, named Prezent Budapest, the owner is a lovely sweet woman who cares about the products she stocks and is great to have a chat to!


New prints available on Society6!

To go along with the eco prints I made not too long ago, for a school project I decided to create propaganda posters for the Krimzon Guard and Underground! 

If you purchase anything on my Society6, you will get all my love and you will be helping an art school student out :)

The Elements limited run dress by SOVRIN

The design I created for this dress is an abstract/minimalist interpretation of the 4 elements. The elements Earth, Water, Air, and Fire all create the natural world. They can all be seen in the print on the front.

Water- waterfall
Fire- a roaring fire
Earth- Caves and mountains
Air- a intense wind

The back is also printed with all 4 element symbols. Hand screen printed using eco friendly white water based ink. The silhouette features a high neckline/spaghetti strap and bodycon fit.


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lunch box linens // set of 5 plaids by themodernproper

eco-friendly lunch packers, rejoice in these lovely plaid linen napkins!! in this listing, you’ll get a set of five in varied checked patterns.