Welcome to the Spring Edition of City Inspired

Updated: Aug 21, 2021

Hello City Inspired Fam! The Rona might have slowed us down but we're back in business! Thank your patience as we adjusted to the new "normal".

We're excited to share with you the work of our featured vendors. All the products are handmade or drawn, representing the growth and rejuvenation of life in spring. Send us your photos, videos and more. We would love to hear from you!

Learn more about our Spring Vendors. Head to their website, support their work and check out our blogs to learn more about how these creatives found their niche. Subscribe to receive your box today! Not ready to commit just yet? Then no worries, you can purchase a gift box and test it out. City Inspired is the perfect care package to send to your friends and families as we're still under lock down. Thank you for supporting our goal of highlighting Black creatives and their stories and we hope you enjoy our spring box!

Spring Vendors

Amari Shea: East African Shea Butter. Read part one and two of their blog how this shea butter supports local orphanages in Uganda and head to their website

Kúnmi: Handmade postscards. Learn more about Kúnmi art, inspired by Henna artists and spaces for Black creatives in part one and two of her blog. Follow Kúnmi at @mikumouse on Instagram.

TANAKA Soaps: Handmade natural spots. Meet TANAKA Soaps in their blog. Learn what makes this product unique and how it nourishes your body. Check out their website

Afton by Palm: Handmade Clay dishes. Read their blog on combining passion of art with mental wellness. Learn more about Afton by Palm at

Cinnamon & Brown: Afrocentric Bookmarks. Check out their blog on how Cinnamon & Brown captures the Black British experience today. Check out their work at

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