In 2017, I began to create daily drawings as a personal challenge. Soon enough, I had built a following on social media and began to sell my art. When I started receiving requests for prints and shirts, I began to use an online print-on-demand service. I sold some shirts and prints but soon found myself dissatisfied with the lack of control I had over the final product. So, I made a few decisions. Because I want everything that I make to feel special and unique, I decided that I will only sell original artwork and limited-run products. 

So, I started No Luck Club. I love the name No Luck. At first glance, it may seem like a pessimistic idea but I don’t see it that way. It’s not good luck or bad luck, it’s just no luck at all. Having no luck is a feeling that everyone can relate to. For me, it’s also a personal reminder to work for what I want.

If you’ve ever fought against the odds, welcome to No Luck Club.