Launching today, 10/15 at 9am PT
Exclusively on thehappyplanner.com
Brandy Brown, Marabou Design
The artist behind Marabou Design, Brandy Brown, is a wife, mother and self-proclaimed cat lady. Focusing on the modern family and her extraordinary friends, Brandy believes that function and clean design go hand-in-hand. As an accomplished stylist, graphic designer and editorial content creator, Brandy’s noted aesthetic has been described as playful and smart. You’ve likely seen her work on stamps, in magazines, on TV, or even on some of your favorite stationery design sites like, Minted.
Jena Holliday, Spoonful of Faith
Jena Holliday is a full-time artist, writer, entrepreneur and storyteller. She is the creator and owner of Spoonful of Faith illustration and design studio. She loves to help others in their journey through creativity, storytelling, and illustration, and is dedicated to bringing their visions to life. She and her husband live in Minnesota and are grateful parents to their two children. You can find Jena’s joyful drawings of women, mothers, florals, and inspirational quotes on prints, cards, stationery, clothing and accessories.
Rochelle Porter, Rochelle Porter Design
Rochelle Porter Design is a lifestyle brand that brings bursts of joy to the everyday. RPD’s happy home décor, textiles, face masks, and activewear feature vibrant prints derived from the founder’s original artwork and colorful Caribbean roots. True to its tagline, “Design for abundant living,” the company believes everyone along its value chain should live well — from the farmer who picks the organic cotton for its throw pillows to the customer who puts them on her sofa. To that end, RPD prioritizes fair pay, ethical manufacturing, and the use of sustainable materials when possible. RPD’s work was featured in the latest issue of Health magazine.
About the NextGen Artist Program
Net profits from the sales of these covers will go to NextGen Artist Program. Click here to learn more about NBAF.org, and the NextGen Artist Program. The program provides a structured artistic curriculum with workshops, classes, lectures, mentoring, business and professional development, apprenticeships and opportunities for competitive scholarships. The program goals include increased presentation skills (written and verbal), creating academic success, higher graduation rates, and pathways to higher education.
NBAF is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that is governed by its Board of Directors and supported by the City of Atlanta, the Fulton County Arts Council and by local and national government funders, corporations, foundations, businesses, and individuals.