A Jar Of Pickles

A Jar Of Pickles

A Jar of Pickles is a playful paper goods company based in the Bay Area, California, created by Kirstie Wang. Kirstie loves what a heartfelt, handwritten note can bring to special occasions or any ordinary day. She strives for A Jar of Pickles to embody simplicity, colour, and easy laughs. Her designs are inspired by the people she is blessed to know and the joy they so naturally bring out in her. What began as a college hobby has evolved into a thriving small business that Kirstie loves growing.

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Mikayla Hong is a self-taught artist and Masters of biomedical engineering graduate from UBC. Vancouver is her home and she loves to capture the aspects that make the city unique; from the local businesses to food and culture. Her artwork is mainly created using watercolour paints, but she loves experimenting with different styles and mediums. When her business, artbedo, was created, she knew that she wanted part of her platform to give back to the community and benefit social change. A portion of all her profits benefits the Downtown Eastside Women's Shelter as well as other Vancouver-based charities. 

Vancouver's Chinatown is a very special place to her. Growing up, she would come often to grab something to eat with her grandma, go grocery shopping with family, or attend kung-fu/lion dance classes with Chau Luen Athletics. Over the years, this community has changed a lot and it has become more important than ever to preserve the cultural heritage. These illustrations, in collaboration with Chinatown Storytelling Centre, capture aspects of Chinatown's past and present.


Bags & Totes


Bath Salts



Established in 2012, BeCandle is a fragrance product factory and lab located in the outskirts of Hong Kong in Sai Kung. They produce candles in small batches with high-quality craftsmanship and strive to create each piece with care and quality, using a blend of vegetal and soy wax, fine fragrances and essential oils from Europe. The Dim Sum candles are created using the same techniques chefs use to make real dim sum, and are housed in a traditional bamboo steaming box.

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Birthday Cards

Boba Grizz



Bowl Cut Paper Goods

Bowl Cut Paper Goods

Based in Toronto, Canada, Bowl Cut Paper Goods creates cute, modern stationery with an Asian twist. A few years ago, founder Sandra Kuan started with a set of lucky red envelopes for Lunar New Year to celebrate the Year of the Dog. Since then, she has expanded the red envelope designs and introduced a new greeting card line. All of their products tie back to Chinese culture, celebrating traditions and memories from our childhood.

Sandra had a bowl cut lovingly styled by her grandmother, and as she grew up, she realized many others sported a bowl cut too when they were young. There are so many shared stories like this one, and to reconnect and understand our cultural roots has become a growing desire and joy for her today. Bowl Cut Paper Goods gives you a little bit of that: nostalgia, family, culture and a dose of fun.




Card Packs


Chinatown Collection

Chop Suey Club

Chop Suey Club

Chop Suey Club is a boutique store in downtown NYC focusing on contemporary Chinese design, arts & culture. They procure design products from young Chinese creatives around the world, showcasing seasonal rotations of items for diverse lifestyles. Chop Suey Club is an effort to open up contemporary Chinese culture to a larger audience.