Pottery Barn Teamed Up with Women Artists for International Women’s Day and the Prints Are *TOO* Good
Happy International Women’s Day, everyone! Today we’re celebrating all of the leading ladies in our lives, supporting all of our favorite women makers, and making our dollar work to support necessary non-profits. And in the spirit of International Women’s Day, Pottery Barn has partnered with Women Who Draw to release four limited-edition prints sold exclusively online. Women Who Draw works to increase visibility and empower female illustrators of color, LBTQ+, and other minority groups. And as part of the campaign, 20 percent of Pottery Barn’s print proceeds will directly benefit HERproject, a non-profit that empowers low-income women working in global supply chains by providing them with training programs on health, financial inclusion, and gender equality. Scroll on to peep the exclusive prints, and hear from the artists themselves.
1. Strength Together by Alex Labriola ($59-$99): “The best way to support those around you is to be conscious of the shape you take. A puzzle piece can be seen as a unique and independent piece, but its true beauty and utility comes out when its edges soften to support its neighbor to create common vision,” says Labriola.
2. Femme The Future by D’Ara Nazaryan ($59-$99): “In pursuit of equality, success, and happiness, what helps me strike a balance despite the many curveballs life throws my way is knowing that I’m not alone in my journey. Though our paths are our own, we converge at the places where we need each other most. I thrive with my tribe. Our wins are communal, our losses never met without the utmost support,” says Nazaryan.
4. Elevation Through Equality by Rachel Maves ($59-$99): “I wanted something that would illustrate a more optimistic and whimsical approach to the challenges women deal with and how we’re all made equal wherever we go,” says Maves.
Be sure to shop the rest of the collection, along with *all* the custom framing options at Pottery Barn before they’re gone for good.
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