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BLACK LIVES MATTER 

Thrifts and Prints stands strongly in support of the Black community. Thrifts and Prints stands strongly in support of Black artists.

ANTI-STANDARD interviews are always running for those who’d like a space to see their work published.

Thrifts and Prints makes absolutely no money from publishing any interview online.

Often I wonder who I’d be without the internet. Had I not been infatuated with the likes of early fashion blogs and eager to start my own when I was far too young and unfashionable, what would I be doing now? I fight the internet with little force these days, succumbing to its promise land and the undeniable connectedness I feel towards those I’d otherwise never meet.
My blogging career a began in my youth through school, and I never quite stopped.

Being an artist saved me. I had the confidence to tell myself I’m an artist because other people gave me the opportunity to call myself one. These days I value the time it takes to ask creators why they make what they do, and treasure the concept of peeking into the lives of creatives with no alternative agenda, no desire to make money, no exploitation of creatives works.

Your words, your insights are priceless. I invite you to indulge in Thrifts and Prints and all those who have made it so enormously special to me.

-Riley

Thrifts and Prints’ hypothetical doors are open to all who wish to enter.

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