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Art and Design / February 10, 2021

SAD SAC showcases cartoon love in new valentine’s day collection

Art and Design / February 10, 2021

SAD SAC showcases cartoon love in new valentine’s day collection

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Donegal designer has shared his latest collection that introduces a new character into the SadSac world.

Today, independent Irish designer SAD SAC has unveiled his Valentine’s Day collection.

His first drop of the year introduces ‘Cry Bby’, a new character to the increasingly weird and wonderful world of the Donegal native. He’s also releasing fitted women’s pieces for the first time in the drop.

meanwhile, he’s brought back one of his most popular pieces in his “love is love” design which sees Mickey and Bart feature.

Consisting of a 1/1 rug, embroidered jeans, sweatshirts, pique shirts, polos, fleeces, rugby shirts, t-shirts and prints it’s one of his most diverse drops yet.

You can grab items from the new drop at on SadSac’s Big Cartel or head over to his Depop.

Read our artist spotlight piece with SADSAC to find out more about the brain behind the brand.