Tie-Dye By Harriet

Making art that is vibrant, comfortable, and brings awareness to social justice issues.

Featured collection

  • Reverse-Dye Cotton Biker Short (Large)
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  • Reverse-Dye Cotton Biker Short (Small)
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  • "Swimming Pools" Tie-Dye Hoodie (Medium)
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Reviews

"The pants are very soft and comfortable...I was very pleased with how they did in the washer and dryer."

Ann K. Newton (Harriet's Grandmother)

About the artist

Harriet Ann Watson...

was born in Indianapolis, IN, on December 25, 1994, and grew up in Greencastle, IN. At the age of 18 she graduated high school and enrolled in college at Ohio Wesleyan University. After two years of studying arts, religion, and psychology, Harriet transferred to Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI. There, Harriet focused on a degree in studio art for 2 years. After two years, Harriet decided that she would finish her degree in psychology at Indiana University Bloomington. In December 2020, Harriet finally completed undergrad with a BA in psychology from IU. Even after getting a degree, Harriet still had the passion to make art.

In August of 2020, Harriet joined the Black artist collective, The Eighteen, and they created the #BlackLivesMatter street mural in Indianapolis on Indiana Ave. Harriet is now an active board member of The Eighteen. Since joining The Eighteen, Harriet feels even more passionate about making art and starting conversations about social justice. She believes that art can make a difference in shaping a community and creating a more positive future.

Harriet creates tie-dye with a hand-made logo with the hopes of sparking a conversation about social justice and civil rights, while maintaining a positive and color aura (as she believes the world can be a bit gloomy sometimes).