FAQ

✷ What does Red Clover mean?

The name 'Red Clover' is in homage to Blue's favorite plant. In Summer of 2020, they found three four leaf red clovers while working on a farm. When they're stuck, they draw clovers to find inspiration. Clovers are a hard image to capture; unique, imperfect, but so soft and beautiful.

 

✷ Who are you?

Blue Wallick and Boy Nirvana are best friends, queer and trans artists, New England inhabitants, baking lovers. Blue and Boy were internet mutuals for a long time, hardly ever speaking, when one day Boy invited Blue over randomly to stay at their house for the weekend. They hit it off and have been best friends ever since. Blue still has the peperomia they got that weekend in New Hampshire.

 

✷ Can I release a project through Red Clover?

After collaborating and dreaming up projects with artists for nearly a year now, Red Clover has decided to close proposal submissions. Boy and Blue are busy with their work outside of Red Clover, and running the press turned into more of a chore than a fun endeavor for the both of them. Solstice Magazine is still alive and well, and will be collecting submissions twice a year! 

 

 

✷ Where is my order?

As of right now, both Boy and Blue work full-time schedules aside from Red Clover. Because of this, you can expect your packages to be sent out on Thursday or Friday each week. Keep in mind that certain mail can ship very slowly, especially media mail. We ask for your patience and understanding with us as we make this project fit into our lives. If you have a question regarding an order, please send us an e-mail at redcloverprint@gmail.com.