Limited Edition Artist Collaborations
To make awesome socks for everyone, collaboration is key. We’ve always believed this at Sock It to Me: we’ve been collaborating and sharing inspiration with our fans and artists for over a decade through our annual Design-a-Sock Contest. Now in that same spirit, we’re excited to announce new limited-edition artist collaborations.
Collaboration Brings Great Ideas Together
These socks aren’t like any other socks you’ll find. Fresh, stylish & one-of-a-kind personality brought to life by the artists we've worked with, like Rachel Ignotofsky, Hello Lucky, Kendra Dandy and Ryan Bubnis.
At Sock It to Me, we believe in the power of optimism and inclusivity. We work with artists who share these values with us, and the result is positive vibes you can wear.
Lisa works for clients around the world including Comme des Garçons, Crate and Barrel, Facebook, MoMA, REI, and Harvard University among many others. She is the author of eight books and named one of 40 Women Over 40 to Watch in 2015. She lives and works in Portland, OR.
Rachel Ignotofsky has a passion for taking dense information and making it fun and accessible, and believes that illustration is a powerful tool that can make learning exciting. You can find incredibly popular books, including Women in Science where most books are sold.
Hello!Lucky is a letterpress design studio based in San Francisco. Founded by sisters Eunice and Sabrina Moyle, their distinctively whimsical designs have appeared on greeting cards, bedding, stationery, and much more. They’ve also written bestselling children’s books like My Mom Is Magical! and Kindness Rules! You can find Hello!Lucky in retail stores across the country.
Bouffants and Broken Hearts
Kendra Dandy collects vintage design elements, then combines them with silliness and wit so they feel like new again. Playful details abound, like juicy flamingos or flirty watermelons. The inspiration may be vintage, but the finished product is unmistakably modern.
Ryan’s style is “street art” meets “chill,” influenced by hours at the skatepark, or away from it all in nature. We think his work is best viewed in public spaces. Picture a colorful wall that used to be blank, or a cool t-shirt that puts a smile on the face of a friend, or socks.