Introducing our second annual Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Collection – the eighth installment in our ongoing Heritage and Awareness Months series.

This beautiful collection gives back 35% of the net proceeds to the nonprofit the National Hispanic Institute through October 15, 2022 (and supports the talented artists behind the incredible designs for a year)! 

To date, the NHI has served over 100,000 high school and college students by creating experiences that engage them in community leadership roles that advance their quality of life.

Shop the full collection here, or keep scrolling to meet the amazing artists and shop by design!

Michelle Muñoz

About Michelle

Michelle Muñoz is a freelance illustrator/designer based in Southern California. She enjoys creating uplifting art inspired by her heritage and background while bringing happiness to others.

Metallic Mariposa by Michelle Muñoz

“For this design, I took inspiration from traditional floral embroidery and vibrant colors typically seen in Mexican culture.” – Michelle

Michelle’s Las Flores design is featured on best-selling Erin Condren LifePlanners, lined notebooks, interchangeable covers, and canvas tote bags.

Las Flores by Michelle Muñoz

“’Mariposa’ means ‘butterfly,’ and I wanted to illustrate the Monarch Butterfly, a symbol of migration, to represent the beauty of all the amazing Latin cultures in the US.” – Michelle

Michelle’s Metallic Mariposa design is featured on best-selling Erin Condren LifePlanners, lined notebooks, interchangeable covers, and canvas tote bags.

Shop Michelle’s Full Collection

Shop organizational essentials and gifts featuring artwork by Michelle Muñoz here and follow her on Instagram @ittsmichellemunoz. Your purchase makes a difference! 35% of the net proceeds from this collection gives back to the National Hispanic Institute through October 15, 2022 (and will continue to support Michelle for a full year).

Nicole Medina

About Nicole

Nicole Medina (a returning featured artist we’re so happy to collaborate with again!) is a first-generation Latina illustrator based in Philadelphia. She uses bold colors and detailed patterns to create eye-catching illustrations. Nicole likes creating surreal imagery that tells a story and has a sense of adventure. She’s worked with clients such as Target, Facebook, The Washington Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Metallic Fuerte by Nicole Medina

“I chose this nostalgic design and added stickers to liven it up and embody the phrase ‘fuerte,’ (which means ‘strong’ in Spanish). I chose to do the lettering in Spanish to amplify the sense of connection. Even if Spanish is not a language you speak, I believe in the power of the art surrounding it. I wanted to draw symbols of strength and use bright colors as a reminder to the Hispanic and Latinx community to celebrate our culture.” – Nicole

Nicole’s Metallic Fuerte design is featured on best-selling Erin Condren LifePlanners, lined notebooks, interchangeable covers, and canvas tote bags.

Metallic Spread Your Wings by Nicole Medina

“I chose a parrot design because birds are symbols of hope and freedom, which is relevant to the Hispanic and Latinx countries celebrating independence during our heritage month. I use this not only as a symbol of hope but also as a symbol of my family. Parrots are very common in Venezuela, so common that my Abuelita used to raise a couple of them. It’s important for me to honor my roots.” – Nicole

Nicole’s Metallic Spread Your Wings design is featured on best-selling Erin Condren LifePlanners, lined notebooks, interchangeable covers, and canvas tote bags.

Shop Nicole’s Full Collection

Shop organizational essentials and gifts featuring artwork by Nicole Medina here and follow her on Instagram @bynicolemedina. Your purchase makes a difference! 35% of the net proceeds from this collection gives back to the National Hispanic Institute through October 15, 2022 (and will continue to support Nicole for a full year).

Shop the Full Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Collection

Your purchase matters! Explore tote bags and best-selling LifePlanners (now available in the ultra-portable A5 size!), notebooks, and covers featuring these beautiful designs in our second annual Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month collection.

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