Announcing a new collection of t-shirts inspired by the impending Brood X cicada invasion. You can expect BILLIONS of cicadas to arrive mid-May if you live in: Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, or Washington D.C.
I’ve waited a long-time to work on this project and made 17 designs to symbolize the 17 years they’ve been underground. See the collection here!
I’ve been learning about how Merch by Amazon works and have 3 more postings that are now live! I’m in the beginning tier right now — and working to move up to the next tier so I can add more shirts.
To find the listings click on the titles:
Plant Daddy / Peace, Love, and Self Care / MMA / Sugar Mama
I’m excited to share that I’ve been working on a line of graphic t-shirts with the brand name Geez Louise Tees. The first product JUST went live on Merch by Amazon today! If you are a sugar mama or happen to know one — check out this listing! With more designs posted in the queue you are in for many cheeky surprises. The designs are falling roughly into these categories: Plant life, Animals, Art-Makers, Food, Inspirational. I will also be posting the new t-shirts on this store here on karenboyhen.com and a couple of other print-on-demand sites for artists. It’s a great day for new ventures!
A shout out to all the people doing good work during this difficult time. Thank you!
We just wrapped up the Wave Pool FY2020 Annual Report! This was a dream project, where I got to work with Cal Cullen, one of the co-founders of this dynamic Cincinnati non-profit. Not only was I charged with designing this 36 page book, but illustrating the portraits throughout.
Wave Pool had an unprecedented year and was able to EXPAND their programs while helping the community beyond art programs, with food delivery and financial support. They’re located in an old fire house, so I proposed the idea of using fire fighter imagery in the report, as a parallel of Wave Pool saving the community, like fire fighters do.
To see the Wave Pool’s Annual Report please click here.