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Shipping VRBS Victorious Art Worldwide

Shipping VRBS Victorious Art Worldwide

I'm excited to share that I recently shipped two pieces of my physical artwork "VRBS Victorious #04 & #15" overseas! It's always thrilling to know that my creations are reaching art enthusiasts around the world. I put a lot of care into packaging to ensure they arrive safely, and I hope they make it to their destination in perfect condition. Fingers crossed for a smooth journey!

Vrbiera

Vrbiera

Gear up for the ultimate ride! 🚀 This Akira-inspired artwork is not just a visual treat; it supports the VRBS community. 10% of sales go directly to the VRBS treasury, funding future projects and initiatives. Ready to race? 🏍️💨

Gnome vs Knight

Gnome vs Knight

Our little Gnome Sylvie needed red glasses to become more powerful and went into the dark dungeon. But she was not alone! There was a guard of the glasses... Sir Pacho! Sylvie thought she could beat him with a fake attack but as you can see, it did not work...

Random act of kindness

Random act of kindness

Community member @WideEyeKarl is the latest member of the local impact grant. Karl will be working with a local food vendor where they will be using Vrbs grants to provide at least 22 meals to the less privileged people especially old folks in the community.

James grows community garden

James grows community garden

James Magee has embarked on a project to build community gardens on public lands, aiming to foster sustainability and community engagement. He is planting berry bushes and mushrooms to help beautify public space in his neighborhood. The first site, set to become a mushroom bed, is located on Meadville Water Authorities’ public access land. The second site, where invasive vines were recently removed, now hosts 900 gallons of winecap mushroom spawn made from diverted waste wood. Plans are in place to add a thin layer of compost and grow turnips there this fall. This initiative reflects James' and Vrbs' commitment to helping people and the planet, frequently working on public lots to enhance green spaces through gardening. Regular updates on their progress will be shared moving forward.