Jedi Art has launched its new digital art shop on Redbubble, a platform for independent artists to showcase their creations to art enthusiasts and potential customers. Jedi Art’s new online store contains print-on-demand apparel and giftware that features unique images that have been designed by the brand’s founder and head designer, artist Rachel Yen. Yen is an Italian-based artist known for her playful cartoon-style images and fantasy scapes, which she has translated into a new apparel, homeware and giftware collection.
For more details, visit https://www.redbubble.com/people/JediArtShop/shop
With Jedi Art’s new store and print-on-demand collection, founder Rachel Yen is striving to bring unique and personality-filled designs to her customers. Yen also describes her new store as being environmentally friendly, with all new print-on-demand products made with a sustainable ethos that she believes is necessary in the wasteful fast fashion climate of 2023.
The store’s new print-on-demand apparel line–which includes classic crew neck t-shirts, long-sleeve sweatshirts and tank tops for men and women–has features like double-needle hems and neck bands to provide extra durability. The store’s wide range of products and designs include gift ideas for toddlers, babies, moms, dads, and other family members. Jedi Art’s new collection has also been made sustainably from pre-shrunk cotton in accordance with the Better Cotton Initiative, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable practices in cotton production.
Among the other gift options Jedi Art is now retailing are dishwasher-safe 12 oz ceramic mugs with wraparound designs, as well as vibrant wall art printed on gallery-grade canvas and paper, available in sizes ranging from small (8 x 8 in) to extra-large (20 x 20 in). The shop’s inventory also includes a new range of everyday items like shower curtains, phone cases, aprons, bedding, and clocks, all featuring illustrated designs by Rachel Yen.
The new Jedi Art shop has been designed to cater to individuals seeking creative gift ideas for their partners, parents, friends, colleagues, or children. With an extensive new collection of 100 designs, Jedi Art believes they can offer a diverse range of digital art products, ensuring customers can find a gift for any occasion.
Rachel Yen, the founder and lead designer at Jedi Art, said, “Ever since I was a child, I’ve been captivated by the power of creativity and its ability to bring emotions to life. My journey as an artist began with traditional mediums like pencil and paintbrush, but it was the advent of digital art that truly ignited my imagination. The limitless possibilities offered by technology allowed me to explore new dimensions and push the boundaries of my creativity.”
Interested readers can explore Jedi Art’s full range of creative gifts at https://www.redbubble.com/people/JediArtShop/shop