Our latest Tsuno designer, wrapping her super fun faces around our period products, is Melbourne illustrator Samantha Curcio. This champion of female issues and body diversity has been a favourite of Tsuno for a while now and we couldn't wait to get chat all things periods, babies and Tiger King. Yup. Tiger King.
Katie Norbury created her Get Papped birthday cards after an abnormal pap test result - one that is actually quite common and deserving of conversation, kindness and attention. Read the Q&A with Katie and learn more about her mission to have us all hold each other accountable.
Small business owners this one's for you. When we seamlessly launched our new subscription platform, without blowing the bank or having a nervous breakdown - we knew we had to share the minds behind it. From their Columbian cabin, this is Paola and Adolfo on web development (on a budget) and why they love supporting small business.
Ever since we read this article about Chinese swimmer Fu Yuanhui breaking the internet by owning her period as a contributor to her slower time in the pool, we have wanted to talk a bit about menstruation and the sports industry - so here we are with Kelly McNulty in Newcastle, UK learning some basics and desperate for more!
We are thrilled to have KB Song's art wrapped around our panty liner box! KB Song is a Mongolian artist and designer living in China. Her and her partner were Roz's guides and translators when she went to visit the Tsuno factory and she is an amazing artist! So talented in sooo many areas, especially in making felt tigers.
Roz met Lisa at the Finders Keepers market in Brisbane where the two bonded over a mutual passion for girls education and support for Tsuno's partner charity One Girl. They exchanged details (followed each other on social media) and then Roz thought, "It would be great to ask her if she'd like to be one of our featured box artists!" and ta-da here we are.
You could hardly sleep last night with all the ideas flooding into your inner lightbulb, you feel light and excited like there's a disney soundtrack backing your every move. The burning questions are, could this all be related to your cycle (yup) and how do you harness all this hormone harmony happening once a month to maximise both creativity and productivity?