history month

Celebrating Women

It's Women's History Month. This month we are celebrating the contributions and achievements of women throughout history and in contemporary society by highlighting our co-founder and the artist behind some of our best selling puzzles, mugs and playing cards!

Meet our co-founder

Always a designer and aspiring entrepreneur, Co-Founder Sarah Dickinson has been crafting things for as long as she can remember. Dabbling in architecture, interior design and accessories creation, she had collaborated with the MTA on earlier projects such as the Metro Card Bag.

Women Making History

Shop some of our most popular collections by amazing artists.

Janet Hill

Janet Hill is a painter and children's book author/illustrator. Her work is both elegant and whimsical, and her painting style evokes a sense of nostalgia, mystery and humor.

Victo Ngai

Victo Ngai is a Los Angeles-based artist raised in Hong Kong. The work of this Forbes 30 Under 30 (Art and Style) honoree and Society of Illustrators Gold Medalist has often been described as magical realism.

Grace Lynne Haynes

Grace Lynne Haynes is a New Jersey-based visual artist known for her colorful paintings containing soft and bright textures juxtaposed against a contrasting black-figure representing black female bodies.

Loré Pemberton

Loré Pemberton is an artist living with her family in the northern woods of Vermont tucked between a mountain and a river in what they fondly call Cold Hollow.

Emily Winfield Martin

Emily makes paintings, books and other things. Her work is inspired by fairy tales, music, myths, classic illustration, film, and the natural world. She works in a tiny studio filled with treasures and lives among the giant fir trees of Portland, Oregon.