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Love wins, y’all!

June 30, 2015


tx threads is excited to join Supermarket!

We’re opening our store with our newest design – Love wins, y’all! June 26th was an important day for our nation, and many of us Texans are thrilled with the wonderful news!

Check out our designs in men’s, women’s and unisex styles – in lots of glorious colors!


Night Version of ‘Girl with a Pearl’

June 25, 2015


Wasn’t planning on making prints, yet. But perhaps one or two of the variations will appear. This is one of a vast and varied collection which I call my Smart Girl Series.


New Product Additions!

June 17, 2015


Over the next 4 days we will be adding 15 new cup designs to our inventory. Keep watching for updates!


BreMarie is Here!

June 15, 2015


I’m so excited about my new summer line, and I’m even more excited to be able to share it on Supermarket! My jewelry offers a little sophistication with a little bit of kitsch.

New listings will be posted regularly, so check back often. I welcome all questions and feedback!

Happy shopping!


JUST RELEASED: Mark Lewis Signed Coffee Cups

June 13, 2015

Mark Lewis has released his special edition hand signed and numbered coffee cups. Each cup is hand signed and numbered by the artist Mark Lewis. Full-Wrap with 3 images. Lewis is a living relative of Denton Cy Young the legendary baseball player and Baseball Hall Of Fame recipient. This is a collectible item signed and numbered by the artist. Mark Lewis, a renowned artist from southern California. Born in Akron, Ohio, raised in Charter Oak, California, Marks’ career path has certainly been an eventful one. After serving honorably in the United States Navy Lewis then delved into the performing arts. He spent years as a successful actor, appearing in numerous movies and television programs. Ultimately turning his focus to painting, Lewis brought his expansive life adventures, raw talent and inspiration to the canvas. Lewis instills an immense beauty and creativity in the work that flows from his palette. He achieves that rare feat among artists of creating an unspoken dialog between artist and viewer in his work. Lewis’ paintings, prints and posters have been exhibited in numerous galleries throughout the U.S.