This note both made my day and made me cry. I hope you will find this note as inspiring and heart-felt as I did. If you can live without a stomach and still manage to laugh and love, then you are basically my hero for life. Read more inspiring testimonials from our amazing customers here.
It took blood, sweat, and, yes, a few tears, to put together a real honest-to-goodness paper I Heart Guts wholesale catalog and here it is, ready to go to the New York International Gift Fair in January, our first show of the year. We're actually at booth #30002 in "New York's Newest" at Pier 92, which is sort of a holding-zone for new people at the show. Anyway, I'm excited to finally have a real catalog, so if your retail store needs one, contact us and we'll mail you one! It's even sorta semi-educational, you can learn a little bit about the thymus and other wonderful glands on the lapel pin page!
liver-how-it-worksWhen a museum calls itself "disturbingly informative" you know it's got to be great. The Mutter Museum, part of the College of Physician's of Philadelphia, is chock full of bones, preserved guts floating in jars and other creepy stuff from the bodily world. They are perhaps best known for having a replica of Siamese twins Chang & Eng, who had a conjoined liver (hey, if you can't share your liver with your own brother, who can you share it with?) that is preserved and on display at Mutter. This place is the original Body Worlds. Best of all, this emporium of body parts will soon carry I Heart Guts plushies, stickers and buttons, so if you're in the Philly area and you just can't wait, get your guts there.