Introducing the Spectrum Pride Collection!

ADHD is hard when it comes to navigating all the different social media channels that seem to be required in order to self-promote my writing and my art. I’m all over the place, to put it mildly, and have been really craving one singular space that represents me fully. Took me a minute to remember that I have this nifty little blog space that I haven’t been doing anything with for quite some time.

So, here we are again.

I’ll try to stick to posting at least once a week as I work to further simplify my online presence. For now, though, let’s get to the point of today’s post: The Spectrum Pride Collection.

My amazing and beautiful girl, Eliana, is a proud member of the LGBTQ community, and I am here to support and celebrate her in every way. She asked for Pride art, so I created this original design in her honor.

Note: I realize the infinity symbol has different meanings for various communities and invite you to interpret the design as you see fit. Eliana and I are drawn to the infinity symbol as a representation of neurodiversity.

Orignal art by Pauline Campos

Orignal art by Pauline Campos

I have had a lot of interest in products with the Spectrum Pride heart, so my plan is to make this post your one-stop shop for all available options.

Spectrum Pride Collection/Society6

First up, we have my shop on Society6.

You can shop these products and more in my Society6 Spectrum Pride collection here.

Spectrum Pride Collection/TeeSpring

My Teespring shop has quite a few options listed with the Spectrum Pride Heart design. I only have four options for you on the shop. Choose your favorite to show your Pride!

Spectrum Pride Collection/Zazzle

Over on my Zazzle shop, you’ll find a variety of Spectrum Pride options to choose from!

Shop the entire Spectrum Pride Heart Zazzle Collection here.

And that’s it! I plan on adding designs for Pride Month, so stay tuned. But for those who were waiting for me to call it good for the Spectrum Pride Heart, you’re good to go.

Happy (Almost) Pride Month, y’all.