Shutterfly’s Latest Collection Includes Designs From TikTok Superstars
Shutterfly has teamed up with four of 2022’s most popular TikTokers to create a collection of inspiring homeware for every style or space. Each individual collection channels the creators’ personalities and passions—and designed in partnership with Spoonflower independent artists—to easily bring unique style to your home.
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The limited-edition Shutterfly Collective includes capsule collections from fluencer and viral sensation Brittany Broski, entrepreneur and dating expert Serena Kerrigan, comedian and author Elsa Majimbo, and actor and digital creator Chris Olsen.
From quirky patterns to bright color themes, each digital star had the opportunity to show off their notable identities while also promoting the lifestyle fans have come to know and love.
“I am so honored to be a part of the inaugural Shutterfly Collective! This experience was more than just putting my name on a product. I was able to fully immerse myself in the creative experience and work with a Spoonflower [Independent] Artist to bring my ideas to life,” Brittany Broski said in a press release. “I think uplifting Independent Artists and creators is so important and this project pays tribute to that as well as the ongoing support from my community.”
Available for purchase now through Aug. 23, 2022, check out the collections below.
“Well, Now I’m Cured”
Based off one of his viral videos, Olsen’s “Well, Now I’m Cured” collection was created in collaboration with Canadian illustrator and letterer Cynthia Frenette. A blooming flower is set atop a bold blue background, symbolizing growth.
Inspired by Majimbo’s lovable personality and comedic content, the “I’m Resting” collection was designed alongside Michigan-based independent artist Adera Brown. Bright colors and bold shapes are at the forefront of the range, which features, blankets, mugs, notebooks, and more.
“Do It For the Plot”
Kerrigan is known as the “Queen of confidence” and her motto, “do it for the plot”, has inspired her Shutterfly collection that was designed with Linda Aristizabal. Kerringan’s content teaches people how to live unapologetically, and this shines through with her range.
“Hollywood Western Pin-Up”
Working alongside tattoo artist and illustrator Cecilia Granata, Broski’s all-pink collection represents her Texas roots and her adventures in Southern California.