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ARTIST Q&A: DANIELLE FOYE

This month we’re inspiring you to “Bee Free” in honor of our exclusive new artist print In Bloom, by artist Danielle Foye. A 24-year-old British watercolor artist currently living in the North-West of England, Danielle primarily focuses her creations on nature and animals which is evident in almost all of her paintings. While her main medium is watercolor, she also uses pens and inks to add details to the colorful scenes she creates. What was your inspiration for In Bloom?  ...

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Charity, Lifestyle

Run for the Wild Event Recap

On April 29th, Sakroots set up at The Bronx Zoo to help support The Wildlife Conservation Society’s Run for the Wild Event! Our tent stayed busy, welcoming the 5K runners and guests with a T-shirt giveaway, a raffle, promo codes, a photo booth featuring our Wild Life print, plus a Meet & Greet with artist Niki Pilkington, creator of Wild Life! Check out some of our snaps from the event! Customized prints from our newest Wild Life collection. Niki’s customized Wild Life critters  ...

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Art, Fashion, Lifestyle, Shop Now

Artist Q&A: Niki Pilkington

Get ready to take a walk on the wild side! This month we’re launching our new fun and exclusive Neon Wild Life print, by artist Niki Pilkington. A Welsh illustrator based in New York, Niki creates highly charged, trend inspired fashion portraits and has worked with an impressive client list including TOPSHOP, Elle, Nike, MTV, and more.

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Artist Q&A: Joshua Davis

January’s Print of the Month is Black Peony Flower Power, and we’re spending some time with the Flower Power artist, Joshua Davis. Named one of the Ten Most Creative People by the IPP (Internet Professional Publishers Association), Joshua is renowned for pioneering an original method of computational, generative-art known as Dynamic Abstraction. What was your inspiration for Flower Power? I had in my mind a very peaceful, organic piece. The rich textures and floral patterns are  ...

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