Oct. 16th: Update… Taiku Greeting Cards Gets a Bold New Look! – Tyrike Brown

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October 16, 2019: Update… Taiku Greeting Cards Gets a Bold New Look! – Tyrike Brown

Tyrike Brown (aka Ty B) is a self-employed haiku poet at the top of his game. Tyrike started his successful greeting card business, Taiku in 2014. His cards feature original haikus with designs related to the poem, and are great for holiday, birthdays, and special occasions. Ty sells his cards at art and artisan events throughout the Philadelphia area, including at the Cherry Street Pier, Fishtown FestivALE, the East Falls Farmers Market, and Art for the Cash Poor.

Picture of Tyrike holding a greeting card
Tyrike Brown

In the summer of 2019, he completely revamped his card designs to give his business a fresh look and feel. Since the redesign he has seen a marked increase in card sales. He is currently looking for consignment opportunities with local businesses, and hopes that his cards and poetry, which often draw on personal experiences, bring insight and inspiration to everyone who reads them. 

Original post… Greeting Cards by TyB

~ update submitted by RHD – ID8