Each Friday we will select our top 10 picks of recently licensed fan art designs on TeePublic.  We are so excited about this new Fan Art program and have been seeing some seriously incredible designs coming from the artist community. This is our chance to recognize some of them!
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Having merch can be so much more than a money maker. We outline the ways your TeePublic store can help expand your brand even if making money isn't your main focus.
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Logos are important for marketing, consistency, and branding, but they don't always make the best merch. Find out why.
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TeePublic artists have made some awesome designs this week, and we want to recognize a few of them! Here are our top picks from the new art we've come across. Keep an eye out for their features on the TP Facebook and TP Pinterest throughout the week!
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Not all merch needs to be available at all times. Here are some of our suggestions for running "limited edition" merch and why we think it's important.
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We want YOU to design for Election 2020! Here's how.
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Garnet has two gems because she is a fusion of two gems: Ruby and Sapphire. They choose to remain permanently fused out of love for each other.
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White Diamond pulls out Steven's gem in order to revive Pink Diamond. As a result, Steven is left deadly ill. The gem goes through an evolution from Pink to Rose Quartz to Steven. The relationship between Steven and his gem is complicated like many fusions in the show.
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Steven is a fusion and his origin is described as having half of Greg's DNA and half of Rose's DNA.
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Stevonnie commonly uses gender neutral pronouns. Stevonnie is a genderqueer character and the fusion of Steven and Connie. The show's creator, Rebecca Sugar, has described Stevonnie as an experience, the living relationship between Steven and Connie, rather than having a single gender.
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