Growing up, I was not the best at drawing. I never really liked doing my own art for a while. That was until I started looking at Redbubble stickers in 2019. I asked my mom if I could start a Redbubble sticker shop, and she said yes.
I had no experience in graphic design, so I began to teach myself how to use Adobe Photoshop. At the time I started my first Redbubble sticker shop, I only used photoshop. When lockdown prevented me from going out, I grew my graphic design experience by a lot. Since 2019, I have not used Photoshop just to make Redbubble stickers, I have now made myself computer wallpapers, collages for friends, and miscellaneous designs.
In my 18 months of graphic design experience, I have expanded my product range on Redbubble to anything that they offer. That Includes masks, notebooks, phone cases, apparel, and art mounts. Not only do I just use Photoshop to make my art, I also use an iPad app called Procreate, and I have expanded my sales methods with a Cricut, a cutting machine which cuts your design out for you. It can cut into anything from sticker paper to vinyl. This past summer, I began to use my Cricut a lot more and now that school is taking over my life, I have switched back to Redbubble for now.
Below is some of the general artwork I have made:
To be honest, this is something I never thought I would do. Now, it has taken over my life. Do I plan to turn this into a full time business? Absolutely not.
In the meantime, you can visit my Redbubble shop here.
Perri Schwartz is a BBG from B’yachad BBG #2495 in Greater Atlanta Region #55. She has photographic memory, loves to fight for what she belives in, and hopes to be a professional journalist.
All views expressed on content written for The Shofar represent the opinions and thoughts of the individual authors. The author biography represents the author at the time in which they were in BBYO.
In this week's Parsha, we discuss the importance of the Sukkah and why we built it the way we do. BBYO, as an organization, provides us with stability and the opportunity for reflection, just like a Sukkah.
The pandemic took away a lot from teenagers; did it also affect our mental health?
Get The Shofar blasted to your inboxSubscribe