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FAQ

Most frequently asked questions and answers

A Portrait Garment is a collection of motifs hand drawn directly onto an article of clothing, accessory or personal object. Each is a unique work of art that tells the story of its subject. Tonal changes, incidental marks and texture variations should not be considered imperfections. 

Natasha works with archival ink Micron pens drawn onto cotton blends, denim and canvas. 

Professional cleaning recommended.

To ensure the longevity of the garment, Natasha recommends that you treat all items with care. The hand-drawn embellishments are subject to normal wear over time.

Hang garment when not in use. Garment bags are recommended to avoid color transfer. 

Cash, check, and PayPal are accepted. 

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required for the commission to begin. Final payment required prior to delivery. 

Sales tax is applied to your commission in accordance with individual state and local regulations of your delivery or shipping address. 

All commissions will be packaged with care and creativity! 

Please let Natasha know if you have any special requests. 

Yes. All proposals include standard shipping via USPS within the 48 contiguous United States. You are welcome to use another courier of your choice at your own expense.  

All shipments will be insured for the amount of the proposal. Please speak with Natasha for international shipment, which will be subject to duties and taxes. 

Yes. All flat works can be shipped via Standard USPS in a tube with archival materials per traditional art-handling best practices with the 48 contiguous United States. You are welcome to use the courier of your choice at your expense.  

Please speak with Natasha if you require rush deliveries, international shipment, or insurance.

No. Each portrait garment is made-to-order therefore all sales are final.

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About

Natasha Blodgett in her studio with Pagoda

Through a unique collaboration between artist and subject, traditional notions of portraiture are reconsidered, and a custom garment is created. Beginning with an intimate conversation, Natasha delves into the personal histories and perspectives unique to her subjects, reimagining them as an intricate procession of illustrations.

Transcribing these drawings on to clothing, portraiture in motion is created. No longer a static moment in time or a hanging artwork on a wall, Natasha’s artworks allow their subjects the opportunity to merge the present moment with a representation of their past.