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Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription)

$180.00

Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply
Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply Limited Edition Artist Series (Prepaid Annual Subscription) - Soapply

Featuring custom artwork by 5 world-renowned artists and one special group of kids, this 6 bottle series makes art accessible, functional, & interactive. We'll send you a new Limited Edition Bottle every other month for a full year, totalling 6 unique pieces of sink-side art. All Limited Edition Artist Bottles are meant to be refilled and reused so you can continue to enjoy your sink-side art and help reduce waste.

How it works: When you order, we ship out the first bottle in the series (the Oliver Jeffers x Soapply bottle) right away. You can expect to receive the next bottle in the series every other month over the next year. Scroll below to learn more about each unique bottle and the artist behind them!

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INGREDIENTS +

Saponified organic coconut, olive, and jojoba oils, vegetable glycerin, organic guar gum, organic rosemary extract, organic aloe.

DETAILS +

  • 8 fluid ounces
  • 7"H (pump open) x 2.25" Dia
  • Vegan & cruelty-free
  • Free of synthetic fragrances & color additives
  • Recycled glass bottle
  • Crafted in Middlebury, Vermont
  • Attached to a $20 donation that helps fund water,
         sanitation and hygiene initiatives
  • Oliver Jeffers

    Oliver Jeffers.

    SHIPS MONTH ONE
    The first bottle in this series was designed by New York Times bestseller and internationally acclaimed artist Oliver Jeffers. The Oliver x Soapply bottle invites you to look at the world as it is and celebrate the connections that bind us all.

    More About Oliver

    Cerise Zelenetz artwork

    Cerise Zelenetz.

    SHIPS MONTH THREE
    The second bottle in this series was designed by The New Yorker featured artist Cerise Zelenetz. The Cerise x Soapply bottle explores the global issues and "knots" we face through the figure's stretched, looping form. The image is also meant to evoke the idea of a circuitous pathway and how each choice we make creates consequential impact no matter how small it may seem.

    More About Cerise

    Asher Jay message in a bottle

    Asher Jay.

    SHIPS MONTH FIVE
    The third bottle in this series was designed by National Geographic Explorer, artist, and storyteller Asher Jay. The Asher x Soapply bottle contemplates the global plastics problem. Referencing Morse Code, the artwork celebrates the intersection of art, function, and impact through an SOS message that disappears as the soap is used.

    More About Asher

    Sara Zielinski artwork

    Sara Zielinski.

    SHIPS MONTH SEVEN
    The fourth bottle in this series was designed by multi-media artist Sara Zielinski. The Sara x Soapply bottle represents the connectedness of all humanity while simultaneously paying tribute to the uniqueness of our forms and experiences. Omitting details and eschewing perfection, Zielinski speaks directly to our realities, needs, and imperfections as humans.

    More About Sara

    Karen Lee Sobol

    Karen Lee Sobol.

    SHIPS MONTH NINE
    The fifth bottle in this series was designed by artist, architect, and global health advocate Karen Lee Sobol. The Karen Lee x Soapply bottle uses lines, forms, and color to speak to the power, connection, and rhythm of both nature and human nature.

    More about Karen Lee

    impact bottle artwork

    Clean Hands For All.

    SHIPS MONTH ELEVEN
    The sixth and final bottle in this series features children’s artwork that explores themes of handwashing and community. The bottle’s design is a collaborative art project made by children in Tigray, the region of Ethiopia where our impact is currently focused.

    More about the Impact Bottle

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