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Keep Earth Weird T-Shirts Making Waves at SXSW!

Once again, Teysha's good friend and amazing artist, Sophie Roach, has come through in the clutch, creating an amazing design for our newest T-shirts. In line with Teysha's ever present drive to be different and unique, the "Keep Earth Weird" shirts can be seen on the back of Teysha reps throughout the SXSW festival currently taking over downtown Austin. If you want to get your hands on one of these eye-catching T's or any other beautiful Teysha products, make sure to stop by The Neighborhood pop up shop event on 2nd street, right in the heart of the Music, Film, and Interactive madness. These amazing shirts were made in an extremely limited capacity (to make them that much more special),...

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Guate Boots- job creation, craft preservation, community empowerment

So excited to introduce to you, GUATE BOOTS! Job creation, craft preservation, community empowerment   Our first week back in Guatemala has been a whirlwind of creation and excitement. We have been rocking and rolling gathering groups of artisans and boot makers to create the world's coolest boots. Job creation: The making of ONE pair of boots helps supplement the daily wage for at least 10 different artisans here. It truly is a community effort where everyone shares the work in order to create a pair of boots. In most cases, each of the ten artisans are working on several pairs of boots which further increases their day's wages. Craft preservation: Continuing Teysha's model of bringing together different groups of...

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Project Twist: People and Nature. Artists and Farmers.

  We are SO excited to announce the launch of Project Twist this weekend in Austin!! We'll also be filming for our upcoming Kick Starter campaign, AND having a sale on our brand new Kuna Kicks!  This is going to be a very family friendly event, so come one, come all! And if you haven't been before, HOPE Farmers Market is a wonderful place to grab breakfast or lunch.  Project Twist: People and Nature. Artists and Farmers. Supporting conservation and sustainable agriculture projects locally and globally. Organic Texas cotton t-shirts printed with local art, and a twist by you. Brought to you by: HOPE Campaign and Teysha.  Come down to the HOPE farmer's market on Sunday the 15th for the launch...

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