This "Classroom Pack" containing 20 individually packaged Mockups is perfect for your large group or classroom. And don't forget about the free access to engaging, Mockups-based lesson plans at www.getmockups.com.
Mockups are a 3D canvas that will accept almost any medium - from crayons to markers to spray paint. So whether you're learning to draw or "mocking up" your next custom shoe design, the only boundary is your imagination.
Browse completed Mockups from all over the world, get free downloads (including lesson plans) and share your own work at www.getmockups.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I wear Mockups?
It's a "DIY art toy" made for use as an art project for individuals, workshops, and classrooms. Just like you can't really drive a toy truck or make a call from a toy telephone, you can't wear Mockups.
What’s in the box? Each Mockups box contains a left and right shoe, along with a paper insert. Access to our growing collection of tips, how to videos and lesson plans is always free.
How big are they? Mockups are about 6.5 inches long. The “Solo Pack” box is about 7″ x 4.5″ x 3″.
What are Mockups made out of? Mockups are made out of vinyl. The packaging is recycled cardboard. All materials meet USA toy standards.
Do you ship to Canada? Yes, we can ship anywhere in the world. Additional shipping and handling fees may apply.
Do you wholesale? Yes, Mockups are available at wholesale rates to respected retailers. Our growing list of retail partners includes the Smithsonian Stores, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Wing Luke Asian Museum. Email email@example.com for details.
Do you offer discounts for non-profit organizations and schools? Eighth Generation is supportive of your education-related efforts and nonprofit organizations and public schools are eligible for discounted pricing on quantities of 10 or more Mockups. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Louie Gong (Nooksack), founder of Eighth Generation, is a self-taught artist who was raised by his grandparents in the Nooksack tribal community in northwest Washington. He got his start by painting cultural art on shoes, but realized that creating one-of-a-kind pieces did not provide a sustainable pathway to success, and began applying his artwork to accessibly-priced products. Louie’s unique style merges traditional Coast Salish art with influences from his mixed heritage and urban environment to create work that resonates widely across communities and cultures.
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