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.
Limited Edition Artist Series
Includes 6 bottles delivered bi-monthly.
This is more than soap—this is sink-side art.
We’ve partnered with 6 hand-picked artists from around the world to offer our first limited edition artist series. These beautifully designed bottles are delivered straight to your doorstep every other month, keeping you clean and healthy and your sink looking spectacular.
All limited edition artist bottles are recycled glass bottles that allow you to easily refill and reuse your sink-side art while reducing waste.
How it works: When you order, we ship out your first bottle right away. You'll receive a bottle in the series every 2 months, so you'll be set for soap for the next year! Each design is a surprise, so you have something to look forward to. For gift orders, we include a customized note detailing what the series includes and what they can expect.
Saponified organic coconut, olive, and jojoba oils, vegetable glycerin, organic guar gum, organic rosemary extract, organic aloe.
The second bottle 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.
The third bottle 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.
The fourth bottle 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.