Kristen Lem
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I have an idea.

Yaas! Everyone knows that two (or more) creative minds are better than one. Below are a few of my collaborations, and I'd love to hear what you're thinking. Let's talk.

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 Told in “tiny and tidy” packages of 17 syllables, Kristen Lem narrates in haiku form accompanied by “whimsical and minimal” illustrations by Molly Ha. This collaboration takes an economical approach to a rich subject and hopes to give the reader something to hold on to when love – as it often does – slips away.

Told in “tiny and tidy” packages of 17 syllables, Kristen Lem narrates in haiku form accompanied by “whimsical and minimal” illustrations by Molly Ha. This collaboration takes an economical approach to a rich subject and hopes to give the reader something to hold on to when love – as it often does – slips away.

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 Let us not be so quick to say “fetish” and “my culture is not your costume.” A society living in fear of offending, lives also in fear of expression. Let us find a larger meaning before we find offense.  After all, what is art and culture if not to be shared?  ‪  #‎  100kimono‬   ‪#‎kimono4all

Let us not be so quick to say “fetish” and “my culture is not your costume.” A society living in fear of offending, lives also in fear of expression. Let us find a larger meaning before we find offense.

After all, what is art and culture if not to be shared? #‎100kimono‬ ‪#‎kimono4all

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 This is not about how to #girlboss your business and make it big. Because I don’t know how. I am a female entrepreneur feeling her way through the startup world. My business partner and I started a menswear site a little over a year ago. Are we a success? Not yet. Has it been worth it? Hell yes.

This is not about how to #girlboss your business and make it big. Because I don’t know how. I am a female entrepreneur feeling her way through the startup world. My business partner and I started a menswear site a little over a year ago. Are we a success? Not yet. Has it been worth it? Hell yes.

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  "Kristen (haikubebe) is a very darling extension of my voiceless self. In tiny and tidy packages of 17-syllables, she manages to give voice to those things I feel and experience which have yet to identify themselves as things needing to be said or heard."  –D. Witt

"Kristen (haikubebe) is a very darling extension of my voiceless self. In tiny and tidy packages of 17-syllables, she manages to give voice to those things I feel and experience which have yet to identify themselves as things needing to be said or heard." –D. Witt