Today marks the first day of summer so we are celebrating with a sale on all tanks! Select any two for $50 and you'll get a free koozie with purchase! Use the code "TANK-YOU" at checkout to qualify.
We're pleased to announce that a selection of Jesus Mary Anne Joseph apparel and accessories are now available at NUBE Green in Capitol Hill! The USA-made focused boutique is your one stop shop for sustainable, locally made products.
If you are interested in stocking Jesus Mary Anne Joseph, drop us a line! We are always excited to work with new stockists.
Last week's art walk brought a slew of new faces, but none as adorable as Lucy, the one eyed pom, who proudly modeled her new This Bitch Face Does Not Rest tote.
Sprinkle on some internet magic and this image has now been distilled into a painting by New York-based artist Jenna Gribbon titled the "The Handmaid's Tale." The piece will be on display tonight at the show DOGs, curated by @masteroliverclegg and @austinleee. If you live in Brooklyn, swing by 173 Green St in Greenpoint from 6-9 to glimpse this beauty for yourself!
It's been a month since we started the transition to our Pioneer Square studio and there are so many exciting projects on the horizon. But most importantly, check out these GILDED ASS FLOORS.
Don't forget to come by the space during First Thursdays in Pioneer Square to glimpse it for yourself! The space is located in the TK Art Lofts Building at the 312 S. Washington Street entrance.
Jesus Mary Anne Joseph is beyond flattered to have been included in Cosmopolitan Germany's round up of feminist accessories in celebration of International Women's Day!
If you haven't snagged a This Bitch Face Does Not Rest pin for yourself or a friend, now you can purchase with the confidence that it is 100% Cosmo approved.
It is with ALL OF THE EXCITEMENT that we announce that Jesus Mary Anne Joseph will have a physical location starting April 1st, 2017. The 500 square foot studio will be part print shop, part boutique, part gallery and be open during Pioneer Square Art Walks as well as yet to be established regular hours.
Come check out the space for yourself next art walk at 312 S. Washington Street in Pioneer Square, Seattle!
Jesus Mary Anne Joseph's Mary Anne Carter is flattered to be featured on the cover of this month's City Arts Magazine! Glazed in glitter, Carter discusses her birthmark, femme identity, and how Jesus Mary Anne Joseph got its start. The free publication is available throughout Seattle and Tacoma and online.
A huge thank you to everyone who purchased merchandise between Black Friday and Cyber Monday! 25% of your collective purchases was donated to the Water Protectors at Standing Rock, amounting to over $75. It fills me with joy just knowing how many good hearts beat beneath a "This Bitch Face Does Not Rest" pin or tee.
To donate directly to the tribe, please click here.
In case you haven't noticed, Jesus Mary Anne Joseph has a thing for glitter. And we want to spread the love this holiday season with the substance renowned for getting everywhere. Spend over $50 between now and December 24th and your order will ship with a big ass sample of one of our latest hair, body, or coconut salve glitter products.
City Arts Magazine featured Jesus Mary Anne Joseph's Mary Anne Carter in their June 2016 Style Column.
Check it out on news stands throughout the Puget Sound, or read it below in full:
Mary Anne Carter leaves a trail of sparkles in her wake.
WHO Mary Anne Carter, the 27-year-old artist and designer who also works as the outreach manager at Second Use Building Materials, an architectural salvage yard in SoDo. The North Carolina native moved to Seattle five years ago after a semester studying journalism and art history in Amsterdam. “Seattle offers a general enthusiasm for self-expression that often gets overlooked when people criticize our art or style scene.”
THE LOOK “First and foremost a hat, followed by a glaze of body glitter, googly eyes, confetti and tinsel, wrapped in a black shroud—and in the colder months, a cape. I like to think of my style as an opportunity to photobomb the art installation that is my life. As a child, my dad would complain that I didn’t know the difference between clothing and costume. He also told me I reminded him of Divine from Pink Flamingos. I’d never been so touched!”
ICONS “Poet and performance artist Kate Durbin, poet and bombshell Monica McClure, Prince Rama’s Taraka Larson. Also, writer Sarah Galvin, whose meticulous dandy style makes her my first choice of arm candy and a critical representation of liberated gender expression.”
UP NEXT In addition to expanding a product line of hand-screenprinted textiles, apparel and accessories that feature her trademark sparkly, spooky patterns and finishings, in mid-June Carter will be teaching a salon on visual art and poetic structures at the women’s writing retreat Hedgebrook and collaborating with Nevertold Casket Company to design a line of patches and travel accessories.