KicksBySammy, LLC was created by an emerging artist in search of new and exciting canvases. For Sammy Handler, paper is never enough. She sees any blank space as an opportunity for an exciting KicksBySammy custom design.
After hand painting University
of Maryland Keds sneakers six years ago,
Sammy bursted into the social media & art scene.
A self-made CEO at 18 years old, Sammy
discovered that doodling on paper was
not enough for her creative passion,
so she decided to launch KicksBySammy,
a manifestation of her love of drawing and fashion.
In 2017, KicksBySammy evolved into an online custom accessories company that caters to an array of ages and genders. The focus is to provide Sammy’s hand-drawn artwork on a variety of customizable products. KBS is a one-stop shop for customers to create and personalize their dream products for camp, college, newborns, special events, back to school and more. Each item is made-to-order and printed on demand.
CELEBRITIES & CORPORATE PARTNERS
With increasing interest in our unique designs, KBS is also proud to collaborate artistically with celebrities and corporate clients to create artwork for events, invitations, promotional products, murals, and more.
Sammy has designed custom sneakers and products for celebrities/influencers such as Walter Parks, Stephanie Gottlieb, David Oliver Cohen, and Justice Smith. KBS has also collaborated with corporate partners, including NBCU, CBRE, JCK Las Vegas, Primark, ZO Skincare, Sweet Spot, and more!
giving back Giving back has always been important to Samantha. 10% of all KicksBySammy proceeds are donated to The Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research to honor the memory of Samantha's grandmother, her Nanny, Karen Magidson. Click HERE to read more about how we give back :)
As a self-made CEO at such a young age, Samantha believes in the empowerment of emerging artists and their pursuit of finding canvases to bring color and happiness into the lives of others. Through KicksBySammy, she hopes to inspire these new artists through the success of her back-to-basics meets modern pop-art work in today's world.