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'Sentimental Girlie'

Rosie Pink

Rosie Pink is an illustrator, creative and self-professed 'sentimental girlie', creating warm and reflective artwork born out of a never-ending appreciation for colour, nostalgia and the little joys in life. Always wanting to add a human touch to her art, her ideas often originate from a delicate tapestry of personal experiences, covering subjects such as self-worth and acceptance, relationships and friendships, LGBTQ+ love, creativity, setting boundaries and consent, rest and comfort, and the meaning of home. Pop culture references frequently appear in her illustrations, adding another layer of relatability and shared experience. Rosie's work is tinted with a warm hue of childhood comfort; her style is characterised by black outlines and bright block colours, reminiscent of 90s kid TV cartoons, early 2000s computer graphics and MS Paint art on the family computer (which in hindsight, was her first venture into illustration!). Through her art and content that she shares online, Rosie aims to appreciate the world around us and inspire creativity, connection, and comfort in her audience.


Blog posts

  • 2022 Environmental Impact
    March 10, 2023 Hippy Feet

    2022 Environmental Impact

    The most important reason we exist as a company is to support to young people in need. Through the sale of our products, we’ve been able to provide transitional employment opportunities to over 160 young people experiencing homelessness, give away...

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  • My Friend's Place
    September 20, 2022 Sam Harper

    My Friend's Place

    On any given night in LA County, nearly 70,000 people experience homelessness. Roughly 5,000 of these people are under the age of 24.

    At the beginning of 2022, we announced a commitment to donating 50% of our profits to organizations that are working to help homeless youth. Our goal was to empower the experts — providing resources to the people who best knew how to serve their own communities.

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