The artwork that is used on the clothing was originally sketched by Wright and used as a part of a work created in 2011 in her “Fractured”
Though The Wrighter only advertises one t-shirt on its website, readers and fans of the blog can pick up additional merchandise with the iconic sketch on Wright’s website, www.Dramaticpause.net. This is The Wrighter’s first officially designed product.
On The Wrighter, Wright has posted interviews with artists such as Vladimir Kush, Camille Eskell and Nori Shirasu.
Wright is a Southern California native with a BA in Communications from California State University, Fullerton. She has written several books including “Raise the Red Teddy: A Single Mother’s Guide to Dating;” “The Hodaoa-Anibo Dictionary;” “50” and “A Crime And A Simplification of Something Sublime.”
Wright has also created several art series, including her most recent titled, “The Duet.” Part of “The Duet” series can be seen on YouTube, at: http://youtu.be/
Next month, Wright will be in Thailand where she will exhibit her installation inspired by the Hodaoa-Anibo language and Tibetan Prayer Flags, through the traveling group show titled Circus Terminal, Thailand, which exhibits November 28th through December 30th in the city of Chiang Mai.