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Adam J. Kurtz for Fishs Eddy

Legendary NYC housewares brand Fishs Eddy and I teamed up for a “mixed feelings” collection of dishware, from a jar of FEELINGS to a trophy-inspired egg cup. Shop our collection here.

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Adam J. Kurtz for Strand Bookstore

The Strand Bookstore invited me to help bring back their “artist series” tote bags with a design that features some of my favorite little doodles. Available for purchase here.

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Adam J. Kurtz for Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters and I created a 12-piece housewares collection, featuring items that interacted with each other in small and sentimental ways. View our entire collaboration here.

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Adam J. Kurtz for Tattly

Tattly makes “designy temporary tattoos” featuring work from tons of contemporary illustrators and artists that you know and love… and also me! As an added bonus, the “I FEEL GREAT” heart and ladder tattoos are both designs I have inked permanently on my arm. Surprise, I made something personal and meta. Available for purchase here.

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Adam J. Kurtz for Tumblr

Tumblr’s official merch store is full of funny products and community-sourced artist t-shirts. My contribution, this cringe-worthy “social media t-shirt,” is perfect for every brand social manager / narcissist / new media journalist / net artist / millennial. All proceeds go to selected charities. Available for purchase here.

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Adam J. Kurtz for BuzzFeed

This limited “How Do You Feel Today?” tote bag mashes up the classic pain chart with emojis and their odd “official” names. I had wanted to make this for a long time, and a BuzzFeed party at SXSW 2015 was the perfect excuse. No longer available.

Adam J. Kurtz for CW Pencil Enterprise

This shiny gold pencil brooch was created in collaboration with NYC’s favorite pencil boutique, CW Pencil Enterprise. Available for purchase here.

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Adam J. Kurtz for Flavorpill Media

This self-aware tote bag was created for the launch of Everup, a new publication for creative entrepreneurs. No longer available.

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Adam J. Kurtz for Print All Over Me

Print All Over Me is a print on demand website featuring tons of high-quality garments and objects printed first, then assembled, to order. The result is beautiful goods ranging from kimonos to bean bag chairs, and my collection for them features stars, ladders, and optimistic words across 60+ pieces. Available for purchase here.

Adam J. Kurtz for Pintrill

Though I have my own line of gifts and pins, I teamed up with Pintrill after meeting them and geeking out about our shared love of pins. We just wanted to do something together for fun, and this was the result. Available for purchase here.