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A dynamic duo! We are two friends who recently got inspired to create beautiful things using the hand silk screening technique! Heather Case, is a fashion design graduate who takes care of things textile and sewing and Ky Christensen, artist extraordinaire, does all things magical with ink and together we design! We're inspired by nature and vintage images that invoke a feeling of a time forgotten.

We both live in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, a beautiful city resting on the shores of the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario. A town rich with history where Heather was born and raised, Ky being from a military family has lived in several parts of the world. We met 12 years ago working in a restaurant and always talked about collaborating our talents and start a small business doing what we love to do. Hellbox is our big debute!

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  • Joined October 3, 2011

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100 percent natural unbleached cotton and water based non toxic ink

About

A dynamic duo! We are two friends who recently got inspired to create beautiful things using the hand silk screening technique! Heather Case, is a fashion design graduate who takes care of things textile and sewing and Ky Christensen, artist extraordinaire, does all things magical with ink and together we design! We're inspired by nature and vintage images that invoke a feeling of a time forgotten.

We both live in Belleville, Ontario, Canada, a beautiful city resting on the shores of the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario. A town rich with history where Heather was born and raised, Ky being from a military family has lived in several parts of the world. We met 12 years ago working in a restaurant and always talked about collaborating our talents and start a small business doing what we love to do. Hellbox is our big debute!

We use the most natural fabrics we can find. Our products are screened on 100% natural unbleached cotton that softens over time and water-based non-toxic ink that allows our creations to be enjoyed safely in all situations.

The Hellbox is a printing term used during the old days of the printing press. The hellbox was where all the cast metal characters were thrown after printing. The Printer's Devil had the horrible task of sorting them all after.

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