We love artists!

Glad to see that Old Navy discontinued their controversial kids t shirt that discourages children from being an artist. Art has been such an important part of my life. I'm thankful that my parents always encouraged me to be creative and I do the same with my son. One of my favorite t shirts that I've designed for Moozega is our Color Outside The Lines shirt because I love the message behind it. Children should be encouraged to pursue all their interests and to do so in a creative way. Color Outside The Lines was recently added in adult sizes after getting several requests. We'll be printing new colors in this design for SS16 and it will also be available on a romper. We're very excited about our romper which is the first garment that we're manufacturing. Stay tuned for more updates on this! 

Happy New Year! 

Comment on this post (3 comments)

  • Green Grom Clothing & Design says...

    We love the message behind this design and it is super cute too!!
    You can check out our simple designs printed on organic fabrics for kids at http://www.greengrom.com
    Spread the love!

    February 16, 2016

  • Yael says...

    I agree completely, I was never known as an “artist” as a kid but I always loved being creative! I’m lucky people didn’t stifle me or tell me I’m not good, that would be heartbreaking as a child! Even as an adult I still like to paint and try art crafts, it’s all about what makes you happy and having fun!

    January 05, 2016

  • Lisa says...

    I completely agree! As a child I was always encouraged to be artistic and creative and to express myself in any way I could. As an adult I’m so glad my parents and family encouraged me to do so because it allows for me to approach real- life situations from a not-so-generic point of view. Children should never be criticized or driven away from expressing themselves. Keep up the awesome work moozega! I would love to see more designs like this and i LOVE my adult sized “color outside the lines” shirt!

    January 05, 2016

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