Here’s four kawaii shops from our submissions folder that are new to us and we think you’ll love too. They even have special discounts and offers for you! All shops ship worldwide.
Pete Ellison (CAN)
Pete Ellison has been featured on SCK a few times before, with kawaii art and apps, and now has launched a new store for limited edition hand-printed screen prints and paintings. The first collection is called So Thirsty! and is inspired by vintage advertising mascots, with Pete creating original characters for sodas, brews and juices. Each print is signed and numbered in a limited edition of just 12 pieces or less.
Chenxira is the online shop of NYC-based kawaii artist Mina, who also goes by the name guillmon9005. Mina especially likes to draw cute POC characters and you can find them featured on a range of enamel pins, acrylic charms, art prints & books, stickers, apparel and more. Use the code PINKUCHEN for 10% off any order (excluding pin club pins) until 1st April 2022.
Irene Koh Studio (SG/US)
Irene Koh Studio is run by Singapore-based kawaii artist Irene and promises kawaii goodies for the young at heart. That includes t-shirts, hoodies, stickers, phone cases and mugs, all with original designs. Irene loves to draw cats so you can choose from Pride Cats and Zodiac Cats, plus more general creepy cute, seasonal and food themes. Use the code SUPERKAWAIICATS for 20% off any order until 30th April 2022. (Most products ship from the US).
Creative Bunny Prints (CAN)
Creative Bunny Prints is a range of unique, cute and sustainably made notebooks, backpacks, stickers and tote bags for all ages run by Ana Isabela in Vancouver. As you’d expect from the name, there’s lots of bunny designs and a new Easter collection was added this month. Get 15% off your first purchase by subscribing to their newsletter.
Are you cute shop owner or maker? Why not submit your shop! Our submissions folder is currently very empty so you have a very good chance of being featured if we like your style.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.