SCIENCE EATS PLASTIC! Beach Towel by Nikkolas Smith

Design By:
Nikkolas Smith Nikkolas Smith, a native of Houston, Texas, is a Master of Architecture recipient from Hampton University, current Theme Park Designer & Concept artist at Walt Disney Imagineering, and Children's Books Author/ Film Illustrator . His first picture book "The Golden Girls of Rio" was nominated for an NAACP Image Award. He also creates activist art paintings and Hollywood movie posters (Black Panther, Southside With You, Dear White People, Stranger Fruit). Nikkolas also talks for conferences (TEDxWatts) and schools all over the country, and after hours leads in youth mentoring on Saturdays, with the kids of Compton & Watts, CA, giving lessons in digital painting and life skills for success. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
Nikkolas Smith
Design By:
Nikkolas Smith Nikkolas Smith, a native of Houston, Texas, is a Master of Architecture recipient from Hampton University, current Theme Park Designer & Concept artist at Walt Disney Imagineering, and Children's Books Author/ Film Illustrator . His first picture book "The Golden Girls of Rio" was nominated for an NAACP Image Award. He also creates activist art paintings and Hollywood movie posters (Black Panther, Southside With You, Dear White People, Stranger Fruit). Nikkolas also talks for conferences (TEDxWatts) and schools all over the country, and after hours leads in youth mentoring on Saturdays, with the kids of Compton & Watts, CA, giving lessons in digital painting and life skills for success. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

Our beach towels are the perfect gift for surfers, swimmers and ocean enthusiasts of all ages, or use them to add a little inspiration to your everyday bathroom. You can never have too many beach towels! At 30" by 60" and 52% cotton, 48% polyester with the design on one side only, but the non-printed side is made of terry fabric, making the towel more water-absorbent.

Artist Statement

Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao are amazing! Founders of BioCellection, they invented a bacteria that EATS PLASTIC, and leaves us with clean oceans. This is a tribute to their awesomeness. Science. Eats. Plastic. SCIENCE WINS! - Nikkolas Smith