my aunt calls me shmay, so you can call me shmay.
i'm an artist, brand designer & dropout philosopher.
things i like: books, mauve, stickers, headless topless ladies with plant heads.
things i do not like: fascism, using 1 capital letter per sentence, soup.
i opened this shop to help make a difference and to stop being scared of sharing my work. the beauty of that half-selfish mission is that a 2 sticker and $200 fundraiser at 19 years old has evolved into this fancy little internet spot.
the #illustratecompassion fundraiser is named and based on the idea that you can show you actually care about other people through your actions.
the first round of the #illustratecompassion fundraiser is on!
Thank you for your support - Summer 2021 orders helped bring financial and social support to one of the most underserved and misunderstood minorities in the world.
the Disability Visibility Project (created by Alice Wong) is focused on bringing disabled creatives & non-socially-promoted disabilities in general, into the public eye by giving disabled creatives platforms to broadcast, promote and inspire activism.
"Alice Wong (she/her) is a disabled activist, media maker, and consultant based in San Francisco and the Founder and Director of the Disability Visibility Project."