Dizzy Doodle (Women's)

$65

Dizzy Doodle (Women's) Slip On

$65

Take a closer look at this casual, low-top canvas slip-on, and this seemingly light, whimsical design represents the splendor in the small details. With its simplistic doodles, it might be easy to look past the complexity of the Dizzy Doodle shoe. Take a closer look and this whimsical design represents the beauty in the details.

  • Slip-on silhouette
  • 100% cotton lining
  • Artist-designed screenprint on canvas
  • Cushion & comfort bubbles
  • Removable in-sole
  • Machine wash cold; air dry

Erin Rice Artist

Lake Forest, IL

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Take a closer look at this casual, low-top canvas slip-on, and this seemingly light, whimsical design represents the splendor in the small details. With its simplistic doodles, it might be easy to look past the complexity of the Dizzy Doodle shoe. Take a closer look and this whimsical design represents the beauty in the details.

  • Slip-on silhouette
  • 100% cotton lining
  • Artist-designed screenprint on canvas
  • Cushion & comfort bubbles
  • Removable in-sole
  • Machine wash cold; air dry

Erin Rice

Lake Forest, IL

Erin Rice is an artist who seeks the extraordinary in everyday life. A native of Chicago’s Lake Forest suburb, Erin learned to channel her Attention Deficit Disorder through art—whether it is photography, animation or illustration—and hopes to inspire others with developmental disabilities to find a creative outlet. From an early age, she managed to turn her endless energy into a positive, diving into sketchbooks through an examination of bold colors, mixed media and experimentation of form as a means of self exploration.

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