It started with a need and a passion for good books.
In 2011, our founder Tori Tissell, fresh out of design school and living under a mountain of debt, needed Christmas presents for her family. Remembering the books that had helped her through tough times before, the concept of the Pride and Prejudice Book Scarf was born, then mere weeks later, Storiarts.
Our passion is to spread the love of great literature with tangible reminders of your favorite books, poems, and stories, because great literature can change the world.
Our audience attracts creative-minded, compassionate avid readers and writers, which is why we set out to find a long-term charity partner that cultivated a love of reading and writing worldwide.
LitWorld is a non-profit organization dedicated to on-the-ground innovative solutions to tackling illiteracy worldwide. Based in 28 countries, LitWorld created three programs that stand today as the organization's core models: LitClubs, LitCamps, and World Read Aloud Day.
Storiarts shares their vision to strengthen children and communities through the power of their own stories and to connect people with the love of books. Every Storiarts purchase helps children worldwide learn to read, write, and create. The next chapter in our story is helping kids write their own.