Love Wins in Every Color is a design project celebrating equality and the diversity of love through a variety of colorful greeting cards, postcards and prints designed by Joshua Marz and Colin Joyce for The J Subset—an online design boutique created by Joshua and his best friend, Jordan Fletcher. History was made on June 26, 2015 when the US Supreme Court declared the nationwide constitutionality of Marriage Equality—a landmark decision that has already bettered the lives of thousands across the country, including some of our closest friends and relatives. We want to commemorate this breakthrough in the decades-long struggle for equality with a series of 24 designs that celebrate different occasions in the lives of couples, including Thinking of You, Engagement/Marriage and Families. Featuring a variety of couples that reflect the diversity of the LGBT community, our series conveys the joy of love through a wide range of vibrant colors.
The folded cards measure in the A2 size (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") and come with envelopes. They are printed on 120# white paper.
Our prints are sized 8" x 8" and are printed on 100# Matte Cover paper.
Our postcards are also printed on 100# Matte Cover paper and sized at
3 1/2" x 5 1/4".
As we embark on this thrilling (and terrifying!) adventure of small business owning, we see an opportunity to offer a range of print products that celebrate the milestones of love and commitment among couples of every walk of life.
Risks and challenges
Our greatest challenge is exposure for our company and the ability to produce and distribute our designs across the USA. We are ready for Love Wins in Every Color to become a reality but we need a lot of people to see our designs—and, just as importantly, a little help funding the production of our first round of inventory! We have already registered our company and launched a website (www.thejsubset.com). We have started promoting our designs through Instagram (@TheJSubset), word of mouth and small convention tables. With the funding from our Kickstarter campaign, we’ll be able to produce enough inventory to promote our designs in person and through the mail with bookstores and other retailers in the South East, New York City and San Francisco—and online anywhere across the country.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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