Bookish Merch: Hey Atlas Creative

Hello all! I have been so busy (and at times, LAZY,  LOL) that I’ve gotten behind on my product review posts!

For today, I wanted to share with you the amazingness that is Catherine, artist and founder of Hey Atlas Creative. I met her via bookstagram (you can follow her: @treehouseofbooks) and she eventually chose me to be one of her August/September reps for her literature related merchandise including bookmarks, journals, and stickers! Make sure to use my rep code SINGPRETTY10 to get 10% off your next order!

Catherine’s artwork is so vibrant. Her trademark style which includes colorfully manipulated photography and minimalist text is unique and stands out from many of the bookish shops I tend to purchase from.


Her works are inspired by a variety of popular books and fandoms including A Darker Shade of Magic, The Raven Boys, Stranger Things, The Lord of the Rings, and so much more. There’s definitely going to be a little bit of something for everyone.


Hey Atlas Creative has recently started implementing two monthly programs designed for giving back to those in need! One is specifically For Teachers, school administrators, or librarians who could enter for a chance to win one of her posters to hang in their classrooms or library spaces.

The other is For Non-profit Organizationsfor whom she creates an exclusive bookmark with an inspirational quote of their choosing. The bookmark goes on sale for a month and all proceeds go toward its specific organization (customers get to choose how much they’d like to pay for the bookmark/donate which is awesome)! For the month of September, Catherine has created an exclusive bookmark for The Trevor Project!


Catherine has not become only one of my favorite bookish shop owners, but one of my favorite people whom I’ve been so blessed to meet through bookstagram. Catherine is dedicated, thoughtful, and insanely creative. She is always seeking feedback to improve her work and ensure more positive customer experiences. She possesses one of the kindest souls and uses her artistic talent to not only create beautiful things, but give back to those in need.

I hope that you will consider checking out her shop and treating yourself to something lovely for your bookish collection! And if you’re a teacher or non-profit organization, I hope you’ll consider applying to win one of her amazing pieces or for the chance to work with her. She is truly a joy and I’m so happy to know her. Visit her website for more information and reviews!

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