Curious colorful cats conjure creepy yet cute stare downs! This pattern is a tribute to black cats, who in many cultures are considered good luck and spiritual protectors. Black cats have the lowest adoption rates of any cats in shelters. These beautiful creatures deserve a special highlight and we plan to donate a portion of the proceeds of this pattern to a black cat rescue we are still researching. This pattern truly showcases the many colors of these almost reflective black house panthers!
This is our 4th collaboration with Florida artist Samm Wehman! Read about her below!
Our newly re-designed Snapshot Bag is the perfect little crossbody! You can also attach one end of your strap to the alternate d-ring on the bottom to convert to a chest bag.
The Snapshot is compact and lightweight, but with plenty of room for your phone, cards keys and other essential small items. In addition to the main compartment there is a small front zipper compartment perfect for stowing items like pens or chapstick and an open pocket on the back for quick access to your phone for snapping time sensitive photos of your pet or answering an urgent text. Inside the Snapshot includes 4 card slots, 2 mesh pockets and a small zipper change pocket.
*Pictured with an iPhone 11 Pro measuring 6.2 inches x 3.25 inches including the case.
-Made with recycled water-resistant polyester.💧♻️
-Measures 5.5" wide x 7.5" tall x 2" deep (14 cm x 19 cm x 4.5 cm)
-YKK zippers (the most trusted brand in zippers)
-Includes an adjustable 52" (132 cm) strap. The strap is custom woven jacquard that reads "Live Your One Wild Life."
Meet the Artist:
Samm Wehman Epstein is a full time artist living in Gainesville, Florida with her husband and 3 rescued pitbulls! Her main medium is acrylics which she uses on a variety of surfaces in bright, cheerful colors and a whimsical vibe. Samm frequently uses a lot of reclaimed materials in her original art including reclaimed wood and repurposed fan blades to keep materials out of landfills whenever she can.
Samm spent several years working within the field of wildlife conservation, education and research before pursuing art full time. She loved the work she did with animals but her creative brain was constantly wandering and wishing to spend more time creating.. so she ultimately transitioned into art as a full time career. To still feel connected and make a difference for animals, Samm uses her artistic abilities to lead painting party fundraisers that raise money for animal-welfare and conservation non-profits. Most of Samm’s art business is creating commissioned animal artwork and custom pet portraits.
Check out Samm on instagram HERE