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Shop: TeePublic’s Queer-made Designs + Pride Selects

While looking for new Pride styles this summer, I came across the colorful wonderland of TeePublic. An online marketplace for artists to display and sell their designs on t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags and more, TeePublic has a dedicated page on their site to highlight LGBTQIA artists. 

I looked through the highlighted artists and picked out my favorite designs below, and also found a few other designs that would be perfect to wear during your next Pride event. 

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5 Cool Things About Mexico City

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Fresh back from the holidays and my first trip of the new year, I’ve started contributing to Oyster.com and published my first piece just before the new year. It’s on Mexico City and about things you should know about the city that you might’ve not before. I was very surprised by Mexico City, especially by how massive it was and how many things there was to do there. Below are a few things I liked while I was there pulled from my article: Read the rest of this entry

Travel Inspiration: The Colorful Wynwood Walls and Arts District

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Earlier this year I was in Miami with the Thompson Miami Beach and got a chance to spend a morning over in the Wynwood neighborhood to experience the Wynwood Walls. Since 2009 the Walls have welcomed over 50 street art and graffiti artists from 16 different countries to cover and revitalize the walls of the Miami warehouse district neighborhood with their works.

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Numerous mural artworks await visitors ranging from symmetrical art to works with characters and symbols, and the art expands further then the Wynwood Walls and throughout the district. Get a taste of what you’ll find at the Walls and in the Wynwood Arts District below, plus a look at my springtime styling with Original Penguin’s new take on the classic polo inspired by Miami street style. Read the rest of this entry

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