Collection: Guest Artist Collection

Introducing our collection of shoes that are not only stylish and comfortable but also support great causes. Our shoes are inspired by works of guest artists who bring their unique style and creativity to our collection.

We are proud to partner with artist-selected nonprofits, and the proceeds of every shoe purchase go directly toward supporting their cause. This means that every step you take in our shoes helps to make a difference in the world.

By choosing these shoes, you are not only investing in your wardrobe but also in the arts community and nonprofit organizations. Join us in making a positive impact with every step you take.

  • David Buist

    A lifelong doodler, David's art style was created and developed in the margins of school notebooks and meeting notes.

    “Looking for some fun, crafty visuals to engage with that utilize a clever blend of adult humor and that nostalgic, childhood feel of animated cartoons? Then look no further than @david_buist. Capturing the visual appeal of children’s book illustrations, his work is the perfect concoction of playful yet witty.”
    - Floated Mag

  • Aliye Cullu

    "Making a painting is similar to building a theatre set. Each day in a place is different with its moods, lighting, drama, and romance. The land, water, trees, and flowers all play their distinct parts in the scheme. Portraying Nature's fragile beauty is part of my role as a painter."

    Aliye Cullu (Aleeyah Chooloo) is a painter and graphic designer. She is also a fourth-generation artist. Her mother, grandmother, and great grandfather were talented painters. Aliye's artistic growth in this nourishing family environment began in Manhasset, New York, and has flourished in North Central Florida.

  • Traci L. Turner

    "Inspired by humanistic themes and sometimes the absurdity of the internet, through my paintings I like to connect with the emotional and humorous sides of people."

    Traci L. Turner is a visual artist based in Reno, NV. She has been painting and sharing her work professionally since 2013.Her expressionistic oil paintings often use bold colors and familiar imagery. If you ever become a meme, she might turn it into a work of art.

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