It's been a life changing week, but I am happy to share I will finally have new prints for sale launching Wed June 10th. Most prints in my new Flowers and Leaves collection are now up for preview.
I will be donating the entire sale amount (minus shipping costs) of my one of a kind Kusudama spirograph prints to Black Girls Code.
This awesome organization works to increase the number of women of color in computer science and technology fields through outreach to girls of color (ages 7-17).
As a women of color coder who arrived later to programming (in my late twenties) via an expensive graduate school education, I recognize the opportunity to learn about digital technology and programming is not available to many women of color.
This donation will be but one small drop in the bucket for a more just and equitable future!
The collection also features a Lake Tahoe spirograph created using the shoreline line data of Lake Tahoe. 40% of proceeds from the sale of these prints will go to Keep Tahoe Blue.
I am excited for this collection release for the opportunity to donate a few dollars to good people supporting good causes! Check out all of the prints here.
Dirt Alley Design was founded just off a dirt alley in San Francisco in December of 2016 by artist Michelle Chandra. Inspired by the beauty of street grids, Michelle invented maze maps in which she transforms street grids into mazes. In 2019, she began a new project - generative spirograph prints created with code and drawn with a pen plotter. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @dirtalleydesign where she posts new spirograph designs daily