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Blobbify Books

Cozy up with a book. The Blob Book of Encouragement is coming soon!

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Blobbify Apparel

Don your cap and proclaim your love for all things blob by wearing blob apparel! 

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Blobbify Adoption

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Blobbify Me

Fulfill your lifelong dream of being drawn as a fully customizable cartoon blob!

Take home a blob of your own. Adoption certificates included!

Custom hand-painted pet portraits

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Now taking custom orders!

Pop-Up Blob Events

Look for the big blob banners and come adopt blobs & get stocked up on books, stickers, prints and more!

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December 4 - Farmer's Market Bazaar

Carlson Center - Fairbanks, AK  (10-5)

December 10 - Discovery Peak Bazaar

Discovery Peak Charter - N. Pole, AK  (10-4)

December 16, 17, & 18 - Holiday Shopping Expo

Shoppers Forum - Fairbanks, AK

What's up with the blobs?

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Hello! My name is Juliana Miller and I am a self-taught artist living in North Pole, Alaska. I'm a mother to two fantastic kids and a wife to a one-of-a-kind husband. You certainly have to be one-of-a-kind to support your wife's incessant doodling of cartoon blobs.

Blobs originated one fateful day in middle school Biology while I was looking under a microscope at my cheek cell. Mr. Spiers tasked us students with the job of drawing what we saw under the microscope. I did not care much for science, but I certainly loved drawing. I drew the amoebic shape I saw, but alas it was too boring for me, so I did what every self-respecting eighth grader would do, and I added googly eyes.

That day in science class, the blob was born. It was pretty cute, so I continued drawing them in other classes as well. With small adjustments and accessories, blobs were easily customizable. Soon, I was drawing my classmates and teachers as blobs.

 

As I grew older, I never did much more than doodle and paint blobs for fun. My friends and family were amused, but it wasn't until I was publishing other people's books that I began to wonder what others might think of them as well. I stepped out into my community and attended a few bazaars and the state fair. I was blown away by the support and found that blobs were adored by people of all ages. I love to make people smile, and blobs brought lots!