Collection: *NEW* Mental Health Awareness


I don’t often speak publicly about my personal struggles with mental health, but it has been something that I have been dealing with since I was 13 years old. I am very passionate about raising awareness around mental health, especially among kids/teens.

The semicolon is a well known symbol of mental health. It was made popular by Amy Bleuel in 2013 when she took to social media with an idea to have anyone who struggled with mental illness draw a semicolon on their wrist and post a photo. The semicolon symbolized that a sentence wasn’t over yet, and neither was their life. Thus, project semicolon was born. Since then, there has been millions of photos shared of semicolons on people’s bodies both drawn and permanently tattooed. This symbol is the main focus of many of the designs in this collection. There are also a few designs that represent mental health challenges a little more abstractly. 

As it is mental health month, and these pieces are part of something much larger than me, 20% of my sales from this collection will be donated to The Trevor Project at the end of May. You can find out more about this amazing organization here: This was selected by my followers on Instagram by being the top voted out of 3 possible mental health charities.