We’re continually inspired by the work that comes out of Creative Growth in Oakland. The center serves adult artists with physical and mental disabilities by providing an outlet for their creativity in the form of studio space, art exhibitions, and an encouraging environment. And, the results are incredible. Throughout the years, the org has caught the attention of The New York Times and Elle, and it's easily considered a Bay Area staple.
So, when we heard of Anthropologie’s striking collaboration with three Creative Growth artists, we swelled up with hometown pride. The retailer tapped Charles Esseltine, Monica Valentine, and Franna Lusson to produce a mini collection of bar trays, wall art, pillows, rugs, and more.