Graffiti Library originally started as a candle line with an artistic approach. It quickly evolved into a platform to showcase artists, highlight charities, and sell it's own exclusive product lines. Working with The Perfumery Shop in Los Angeles to create unique, one of a kind fragrances. Hand poured, small batch candles and promoting exclusive art from a dynamic group of artists. Every aspect of Graffiti Library was strategically planned and created to bring its customers the best line of art-inspired home goods with a creative and dynamic twist.
The first candle collection originally only featured “Cambodia” dedicated to the charity, Together1Heart. Graffiti Library learned about this charity from its founder, Anna Lynne McCord, we felt compelled to get involved with this important organization. Moving forward we want to support art within the youth community. By having artists volunteer their time for interactive art demonstrations. Graffiti Library donates art supplies to youth organizations to give children the opportunity to create.
The “Summer Series,” features artist Bryden Lando. Together, Graffiti Library and Bryden created "Los Angeles" as the signature candle, and dedicated candles to NYC, Dubai, Park City and Cambodia.
The "Lip Series" collaborated with artist, Sahara Novotna. A vision for a simpler design with an edgy concept. "I was created to create." Sahara Novotna.
Launched in 2016, Sand + Sky Jewelry was founded by Liz Townsend, who designs each piece of jewelry in her Los Angeles studio. Inspired by the coastal lifestyle of Santa Monica, her passion to create transformed into an outlet to bring high quality and approachable handmade accessories to the market, from one woman to another. The line includes fine chains, delicate beads and minimalist designs. Made to layer for casual everyday wear or for a night out.
Set of 4 custom coasters collaborated with Coffee & Chronic. Artist Jared Ryan Shaw is a resident of Miami, FL and a seeker of truth through creation. “I am not one of anything… I am one of everything…” Jared Ryan Shaw