We practically melt at the sight of these cute animal enamel pins. No doubt, we are always on the lookout for more of these cute little enamel pins to add to our collection. Well, it seems your search is over, as we have collated the cutest animal enamel pins just for you. Check them out!
Creative and insightful art by Alba Paris, this beautiful enamel pin invokes a sense of empathy for our furry and non-furry neighbors. Alba Paris is an insightful vegan artist who communicates her passion through these amazing pins. She is no doubt a rare type of artist-activist who has found a balance between her love for arts and animals.
No doubt, Boston terriers have snuggled their way through our hearts. Created by our favorite skateboard designer, Joe Castrucci for his Habitat Skateboards, this cute soft enamel pin is a fan-favorite. Mind you, there are more cute Habitat X Pindejo pins for you to check out.
Searching for a cute enamel pin with a good fortune charm? Well, you are in luck as this cute enamel pin features twin koi fishes, which are symbols of good fortune, luck, and perseverance. No doubt, this is one inspiring design by Katy Lipscomb. She’s an amazing water-colorist and illustrator with a flair of creating awesome artworks about animals.
Yeah, this definitely ranks high on our list of cutest animal enamel pins. The “OK DOG” enamel design is not only adorable, but also a perfect accessory for your jackets and baseball caps. Created by Anoosha Syed, a Toronto-based illustrator from Pakistan, the “OK DOG” is one of her astounding creative designs. Anoosha’s work features bright-eyed cartoon characters bursting with charm and an overdose of cuteness. No doubt, she infuses life into her characters.
Nothing tugs more at the heart than the cry of a lone wolf under a full moon. This cute enamel pins perfectly captures the emotion of this moment. What’s more? It’s gold and black backdrop makes it a perfect fit for formal wears or camping expedition. No doubt, this is one of the cutest animal enamel pin created by Howl Mercantile. It’s a full moon tonight!
Matt Doering is a DreamWorks illustrator artist who has come a long way to become one of the best in his niche. In his interview, Matt places emphasis on the influence of his grandfather whose dream was to become a Disney animator. The “Game of Bones” is a great extraordinary and cute enamel pin inspired by the fiction Game of Thrones Character, Tyrion Lannister.
Here’s a simple yet cute enamel pin to include in your accessories. This artwork is designed by Rachel McAlister, an accomplished 2D, and 3D animator, with a flair for infusing life into her designs.
Light and dark, yin and yang, the stars and the moon, all work together. No doubt, the glow in the dark pin represents the balance of life through an inspiring artwork that shows two cute animals interlocked in a yin-yang pattern. Jijidraws is an illustrator and designers based in the United States. Her artworks center around body positive and macabre-themes.
9. BonBunBakery by Aleasha Acevedo
Nothing brings on the cute factor faster than a bunny. Designed by Aleasha Acevedo, the Bon Bun is hands-down one of the cutest animal enamel pin on this list. Doubt me?
Rounding out the list, we have Lili Chin. Lili is an illustrator with vast work experience in most illustrator realms. Today, she draws inspiration from her blue-eyed Boston terrier, Boogie, and other types of animals. Most of her artworks revolve around animals and to create awareness about their wellbeing.
Cute-ness meter to 11.
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Alba Paris is an artist and animal activist based out of Los Angeles. Originally from sunny Spain, Alba grew up drawing and painting with her father and grandfather. She practiced her art almost every day and grew to be an accomplished artist.
Though born with a paintbrush in her hand, her art and activism didn’t collide until she was an adult. It was then that she saw a video that seared a haunting image into her psyche: that of a horse being slaughtered. After that, she no longer wanted to eat meat and became a vegetarian.
Still, that didn’t feel like she was doing enough.
Rather than simply giving up meat, Alba wanted to do more for animals. She started volunteering at animal shelters and caring for abandoned dogs and cats. She created an online forum in Spain where people could come to talk about animal rights and how to help animals in general.
Soon passionate vegan activists had taken over the forum. Despite their good intentions, and despite her own foray into veganism, Alba felt very put off by the vegan activists’ demanding, in-your-face style of arguing for their beliefs. And so Alba turned to her art to help her express how she felt about animal rights and animal cruelty.
A Message that Connected
That’s when she first drew the pin-up model.
Her now-famous image, “We Can Do It! Go Vegan”, was based on the Rosie the Riveter and became her personal avatar. It helped her convey the way she felt about going vegan and being cruelty-free – and it was an image that people immediately connected with. Before long, the image had gone viral and was being shared all over the Internet.
“I didn’t think two years ago that this was possible! I didn’t think that people who weren’t also artists would be interested. But they are! I can’t believe that this is what I get to do for a living – create art around my passion, everything together, it’s crazy!” Alba said. “Art is truly what connects people.”
When Alba started her journey as an activist and felt turned off by the way vegan activists approached her, she learned she was not alone. Other people felt put off, too. People who approached differently, might be able to see their point and join their cause.
“I want to find the people who can’t look at the slaughter videos right now. Maybe after seeing my art, they will want to be more involved,” Alba said.
Alba’s goal is to get people to be involved with animal activism. “People come to me who don’t know what to do, and I try to get them to do something with the animals, to try a vigil or take some kind of action on their own,” she said.
From Pin Up Model to Enamel Pins
From her first activist drawings, her foray into creating enamel pins was a long time coming – but well worth it.
“The first time I offered a pin it went out of stock within 24 hours! I had no idea it would be like this! When I first became aware of pins, I saw how simple they are and how much people are using them. I realized my art lent itself well with simple lines. Now I’m restocking once, sometimes twice, a month!” she said.
Now she’s working on some new designs. “I’m working on two new pins right now and I’m getting ready to reorder another one. When I get them in, it’s a crazy couple of days with very little sleep so I can get all the orders out in time.”
Like a little wearable gateway to bigger ideas and bigger conversations, Alba Paris’s enamel activist pins truly are in style.