New Merch: Emotional Support Kitties & More

We have two new merch items available for you now! A few months ago, I was working on a cute painting of two cats while I was also doing everything in my power to try to get an application for a property I wanted to rent, approved. We had a suspicion that they might be making it difficult for us to get approved because they didn’t want to house our Emotional Support Animal, Rosa. We …Read More

New Merch: LGBTQ Pride Dice Pattern

Happy Pride! A goal we made for ourselves for the summer was to get into pattern design and start uploading them to Spoonflower (another Print on Demand site that specializes in fabric & wallpaper). I asked a friend if there were any patterns she wished existed that she hadn’t seen before and she said, D&D Dice! I had a lot of fun drawing the dice and quickly realized this would be perfect design to adapt …Read More

New Merch: You Could Never Be Ice Cream, You’re Too Hot

Back in our early days of social justice work when most of what we knew about was the forms of oppression specific to women, an important part of our journey to empowerment was establishing for ourselves the idea that we could enjoy and appreciate our appearance, and that of others, while still treating them as a human. This value was particularly strong in the social circles we frequented but no where was it stronger between …Read More

“Needing Extra Care Doesn’t Make You a Burden” Got a Glow-up!

Back when we first started designing and releasing our own original designs for merch, in August 2020,  our very first design was the simple drawing of an orchid with the words “Needing Extra Care Doesn’t Make You a Burden.” After doing a few more designs, we learned a lot more about how to do digital art, what our style was, and how to make art that prints well. After a while, our first piece seemed …Read More

New Merch: “Not Just a Phase” Bisexuality Pride

For a while now, I’ve been meaning to make some merch using different pride flag colors. It seemed fitting for the first design to be the bisexual pride flag colors, blue, purple, and pink, since I’m bisexual and the friend who requested this design is also bisexual. I made a version with the words “Not Just a Phase” to honor the specific scrutiny bisexual folks face about their sexuality, but I also made a version …Read More

Some Changes Here at Yopp

Hi friends! A few things have changed in the last month and I wanted to tell you all about them! New Patreon Integration As of now, patreon bonus posts will also be posted on my blog as well as on the patreon website! The content is only visible to patrons, and non-patrons will be directed to sign up to be one. You may be prompted to sign into patreon if you aren’t already, but you’ll …Read More

Young Hot & Full of Moderate to Severe Joint Pain: New Merch!

Some of you may be familiar with the game Cards Against Humanity. While it has its problems, this amazing card combo made the rounds in the chronic illness communities on social media. Every time I saw it, I felt like it described my life so perfectly, like it was way more than just a meme. So it went on my list of ideas to turn into merch and now that idea is a reality! You …Read More

Yopp Updates & New Merch!

Today I’m happy to release to you a brand new original merch design with several color variations! Regardless of whether you rely on one of these pups to keep you safe and healthy, every day of your life, or if you’ve only ever watched them from afar, wishing desperately that you could pet them but knowing they are busy working so you shouldn’t; everyone knows that service doggos are the best doggos. Having this phrase …Read More

Yes, Thank you I Have Heard of Yoga

Today I have TWO new merch designs for you that are now available for purchase on our Redbubble store! Both of these designs are 100% original and I created them myself! “Yes, Thank you I have tried yoga please suggest literally anything else” accompanied by a rainbow shooting star reminiscent of “the more you know!” is for anyone with a chronic condition or illness who is just really done with having yoga suggested as a …Read More