This Wildaho t-shirt was designed by Toby Robin, the amazing graphic illustration rockstar I met while copywriting at Oliver Russell, who designed Story Story Night‘s logo and first 2 years of jaw-dropping posters, who now mans Neighborhood All-Stars.
I bought this t-shirt over the holidays at the El Korah Shrine—the electric, electric venue where we hold our storytelling shows in the winter and spring—at the Wintry Market run by Amy Pence-Brown. She told at a story at our past Starry Story Night, but first stripped down that summer in a black bikini at our local farmer’s market in a radical act of self love now viewed by 147 million people.
Because Idaho is wild. And, if you dig it, there’s only 1 degree of separation between all things in the state we’re in.
Maggie Sweet red and gold glitter pull-over, $4, ReStyle thrift store | Toby Robin “Wildaho” t-shirt, $25, Wintry Market | Free People black and gray flecked stretch skirt, $30, Nordstrom’s Rack in NYC | Frye “Paige” riding boots, $120 at LUX Fashion Lounge (MSRP: $388)
(PS: I also own 3 pieces of kismet-bought original Toby Robin artwork that I will show you sometime when I actually get to decor on Cheep.)