About a year and a half ago, a group of fierce and notable women illustrators gathered to participate in the women's march as "The Pen and Ink Brigade". We marched again a year later, and today we are joining forces once more, this time to collaborate and create art which we are selling to raise money to donate to VoteRiders an organization that is working to get out the vote for the critical November midterm elections. Our goal?
A democratic congress and senate.
T U R N T H E T I D E V O T E B L U E !
To that end, we have created blue waves. You can buy the art on pins and postcards and all the proceeds will be donated to VoteRiders.
Kimberly Hall is one half of Nottene, pronounced [nuh-ten-uh], a Philadelphia-based print and pattern studio that makes hand-drawn and printed wallpaper & fabric. With an MA in textiles from Central St. Martins in London, Kim also teaches on the MFA in Illustration Practice at Maryland Institute College of Art/MICA in Baltimore. Her illustration work has graced runways, books, museums and retail products internationally, and she has been profiled in print & web magazines like Cool Hunting, Design Milk, Bust Magazine and the Metro Newspaper. Her first illustrated book is coming out in the fall of 2019 from Abrams.