On Friday evenings in September, we're bringing artists into the shop to provide a chance for you to connect with the people who create the products you love!
Our first Meet the Artist event will feature Audrey De La Cruz of Annotated Audrey Art with her collection of colorful, desert-inspired arts, gifts, and accessories. We invite you to join us for a fun evening celebrating her work! We’ll have small sips available in shop to enjoy while you mingle and meet Audrey.
On Friday 9/13 from 5-8pm:
Enjoy 10 % off all Annotated Audrey Art products we carry in our shop during the event.
See the new desert landscape collection preview from Audrey with the option to purchase new prints and cards before they launch, as well as other special products we don’t usually have available in the shop.
Be the first to see the new WILWIL + Annotated Audrey Art sticker design in person.
Receive a free desert sketch.
Talk with Audrey and ask questions! (the best part)
Annotated Audrey Art is a wife and husband team in Tucson, Arizona. We specialize in designing, printing and manufacturing desert and nature-themed products using our vibrant and quirky art. We believe that art has the power to spread positivity and that art should be accessible to everyone. Our mission is to make artful & affordable products that inspire people to have fun and bring color into their lives.
“Hello! My name is Audrey De La Cruz, and I am the artist and illustrator behind Annotated Audrey Art. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, I moved to Tucson, Arizona in 2016 to pursue a full-time career as an artist. In my first year living in Tucson, I fell in love with its lush desert landscapes, strange creatures, and unique plant life. Unsurprisingly, my new surroundings quickly made their way into my art. Common themes in my work include desert scenes and cactus, as well as, female characters surrounded by desert flora. My trademark style combines rich colors, black outlines and bold patterns, which I often create using a variety of mediums and techniques ranging from ink and colored pencil to watercolor and acrylic paint. I strive to make art that people of all ages can enjoy because I firmly believe that art should be accessible and that anyone can be artistic as long as they find their creative spark.”