Loud Waterfall Apparel has launched a line of custom made children’s photo tees and one pieces, designed to help kids show off their style and personality.
Online PR News – 14-August-2014 – Los Angeles, California – Chelsea Sullens, photographer and owner of Loud Waterfall Apparel (LWA), a division of L.A. based Loud Waterfall Photography (http://www.loudwaterfallphoto.etsy.com), is introducing a line of custom children’s photo tees and one pieces designed to help kids show off their unique style and personality. The tees and one pieces are personalized with the customer’s choice of image from Chelsea’s diverse catalog of photographs.
Says Sullens, “I believe every little one has a character all their own and deserves clothing that makes them feel special. These tees and one pieces do just that, turning a basic look into fun and functional wearable art. They are perfect for birthday or holiday gifting, or for no reason at all except to say, ‘I love you; I get you!’”
The 100 percent cotton tees and one pieces are super soft and comfy, can be machine washed and dried, and offer classic tee shirt styling in a range of fashion colors, from aqua to raspberry, as well as standards like black, white and red. Whether the youngster in question is a budding naturalist, a world traveler in the making or simply wants to show off their passion for horses, there is something for every “Little” personality.
Images like “Newborn Colt,” “Treats Please” and “Fair at Sunset” have proven popular so far. Said one happy mom, “Soft, durable and original, I love these tees! Our first order will not be our last.”
One pieces are available in sizes 6m to 24m; tees are available in sizes 2T through XL. Every tee and one piece is hand sewn to order. Shipping window is two to three weeks. Some images and sizes are available for expedited ordering.
Chelsea’s love of photography can be traced back to childhood. She is an avid traveler and embarks on photo expeditions as time and schedule allow. She also enjoys exploring her local and regional surroundings and rarely goes anywhere without one or more cameras close at hand.
While it is true that Sullens’ photography is often travel-related, she is less interested in portraying iconic landmarks or tourist spots and more interested in depicting the hidden nooks and crannies of the places she visits. Even her popular Golden Gate Bridge photographs have a distinct point of view. “My aim,” she notes, “is to show what is not seen.”
Sullens has had her photography gifted at GBK’s Luxury Celebrity Gift Lounges for the 2014 Golden Globes and the 2013 Primetime Emmys. She is a member of The Artisan Group and Female Photographers on Etsy (fPOE) and has been published in *Urban Lights*, a publication of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Through Loud Waterfall Photography, Sullens donates a dollar of every print sold is donated to *Nothing But Nets,” to provide mosquito nets for families in Africa. She says, “10 items sold buys one net for a family. I do this because malaria just sucks - I know all too well.”
To learn more about Loud Waterfall Photography, contact Chelsea Sullens by email. Become a fan on Facebook (FB.com/LoudWaterfallPhoto) and Twitter (@LoudWaterfall). Shop Loud Waterfall Photography at loudwaterfallphotography.etsy.com, Society 6 (@LoudWaterfallPhoto) and Zazzle (@loudwaterfallphoto).
ABOUT LOUD WATERFALL PHOTOGRAPHY
Chelsea Sullens, founder of Loud Waterfall Photography (http://www.loudwaterfallphoto.etsy.com) has been in love with photography for as long as she can remember. Her photo archives tell the story of her life: her travels and her addiction to passport stamps, her affinity for being out of my comfort zone, the way she is mesmerized by architecture and the bustle of cities and how she loves to capture people in a moment when they are unaware of her presence.