Fab, the ecommerce destination for design, is excited to announce a collaboration with Lenny Letter, a lifestyle newsletter by HBO’s Girls star Lena Dunham and Girls executive producer Jenni Konner.

Lenny and Fab have partnered to turn eight of the eye-catching, provocative illustrations from their weekly newsletter into products on Fab. The pieces will be featured exclusively on Fab for one month, launching May 31st. Each art print will be available in multiple sizes (framed and unframed); the illustrations will also appear on products such as totes and mugs.

With this partnership, Fab is placing Lenny’s unapologetically feminist and topical artwork front and center, dismantling the patriarchy one tote bag at a time. Standouts in the exclusive collection include the “Pop Vanity” tote by Kristin Liu, the “Barbie Bouquet” print by Louise Richardson, and the “Selfie Hero” mug by Gel Jamlang. All of the work fits right in to Fab’s colorful, bold collection of products.

Laia Garcia, LENNY’s Deputy Editor said, “We are so stoked to be working with FAB and to finally be able to bring some of our favorite artwork into real life!” Olivia Harris, Fab’s Director of Special Projects & Collaborations added, “Fab is thrilled to partner with the Lenny team to produce merchandise with featured artwork from their newsletters. We’ve been fans of their newsletter since launch and are so excited to bring their stories to life in physical form.”

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