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Alltrue Summer 2021 Box – Upgrades + Art Print Spoiler

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ByMSAMay 27, 2021 | 16 comments

Alltrue Name Reveal 2021

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Alltrue has revealed another spoiler for its Summer 2021 box, as well as info on how subscribers can upgrade their seasonal boxes.

You have two upgrades to choose from: Carbon-neutral shipping ($1 extra per season) and/or adding All Good Things, Alltrue’s premium magazine, to their boxes ($7.95 extra per season).

To choose either or both these options, go to your Alltrue account and look under the subscription tab for “Add Eco-Upgrade” and “Add Premium Magazine.” Both upgrades will renew automatically along.

Alltrue has also revealed the art print (designed by Summer 2021 box illustrator Jordan Amy Lee) that will be included in their Summer 2021 box.

They’ve also revealed several spoilers for their Summer 2021 box, which you can check out here

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16 comments

Terri

Hahaha. That’s groundbreaking artwork?! It’s ok, but obviously the Alltrue team is easily impressed. Kind of like thinking the new name was a good choice.

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Piper

That is one gargantuan pear. It could feed a family.

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Melinda

It ap-PEAR-s that way. LOL

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Amy in KC

I like the artwork a lot but I would never call it “groundbreaking.” I am so glad I didn’t renew my annual membership! This rebrand has been a fiasco…

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Apricot

I mean.. someone had the idea of the guy modeling the fruit box but I guess he didn’t make it into the print. That could have been groundbreaking.

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Melinda

It’s obvious what this groundbreaking piece of artwork is about. Someone was using a jackhammer (to break the ground) while someone while having a picnic nearby. The fruit flew out of the bowl and the cup of water was overturned. Now it’s a miracle that the water made it into the cup. But perhaps this miracle is another reason why this piece is considered ground breaking?

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Apricot

Cringe is right.
Y’all, artwork — Artwork, Y’all!
Groundbreaking artwork! — Looks for it.. huh?

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Molly

Seriously? This company really makes me laugh. It’s just one cringe after another. So they changed the name and now you have to pay for the mag? but absolutely nothing else?? Wow. They had so many issues that really needed fixing. Is there still a huge shipping delay????

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Jessica

Yes, encourage people to throw trash in the ocean. Just what we need.

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Chris H.

It is pretty. I usually don’t keep them but I might frame that one for a bit.

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Beth

“Groundbreaking work of art”??

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Lana

omg 🤣😂 ridiculous

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Jennifer

I guess because it’s yet another “deconstructive” art style piece that makes it ‘groundbreaking?’ The style has been around since the late 20th century but it’s become very popular to deconstruct literary works or art (sometimes for shock value, sometimes to explore how meaning is created) since the 1970’s.

Basically instead of concerns for traditional aesthetics (composition, realism, etc.) the idea is to deconstruct the subject to evoke uncertainty (like defying the laws of physics with how things are placed,) raise self-awareness in the viewer that they are developing meaning, etc.

It’s not groundbreaking, but perhaps they mean it’s groundbreaking in the sense of becoming more mainstream. Like, “this thing that’s been around for ages we are now mass releasing to the public.” Sort of like how Steampunk was a subculture for years but then got popular and capitalized on in media and fashion as if it was cutting edge.

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Lily

I thought maybe the illustrator? But she’s a white woman from London with a BFA in illustration who has worked for Starbucks so… nothing groundbreaking there.
I like the illustration a lot! I enjoy the colors and abstracted shapes. But yeah, groundbreaking isn’t the phrase.

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Julia

Because the cherries are balancing on the rim of the bowl! Heckuva concept.

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Piper

This made me laugh. Thanks Julia.

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