So every now and then, magic happens - someone hires you for your very favorite thing. I was honored, elated, probably a little too excited when Sarah Buchanan of the Kula Project asked me to do hand lettering for her upcoming event! Not only does the Kula Project have an amazing design aesthetic, but they are an incredible nonprofit that invests in farmers to create generational change.
Take a peek at this hand lettered invite! The Kula Project is having their 3rd Birthday Party on May 12th at Studio No. 7! If you’re around Atlanta, you should definitely stop by! It's a free event with a cash bar and full menu. You can RSVP here!
I haven’t seen the jewelry in person yet, but I got to make their merchandise tags! You will be able to shop the new Kula Market items at the Birthday Party. They have brand new shirts and handmade brass jewelry from Rwanda. I am currently in a battle to resist the Birkenstock trend just so I can shop the jewelry. I can’t wait!
So save the date! And see you there? Again, You can RSVP here! :)
The Kula Project invests in farmers to create generational change. Sarah co-founded Kula Project with the goal of eliminating poverty for future generations by equipping one billion small farmers to do it. She now spends her days working with partners to develop programs, raising support and awareness, as well as keeping her eyes open for future programs. Learn more about them here!