Fierce Babe Loves... Theo Blue
If you’ve ever been a Fierce Babe market (online or off), you may know the name Theo Blue: they’re a firm favourite amongst babes with their beautiful colourful LGBTQ+ pop culture pins, prints, tees, hats and other accessories. Now definitely a Fierce Babe regular, Theo has been illustrating and drawing as long as we can remember and is an active and valued member of the Fierce Babe group.
Theo lives in Norwich with their four cats and two rats, and draws inspiration from magic, fantasy, D&D and Saturday morning cartoons. Their current range is available to purchase on Etsy and includes a selection of tshirts with gaming designs, pride flag stickers, custom pride prints, pronoun pins and even a romantic-themed axolotl postcard to send to your secret crush… what more could you ask for in an online shop?!
A non-binary babe and definite role model, Theo illustrates and produces some beautiful pride pieces, but one you won’t find on the shop you can instead find under one of the busiest shopping streets of Norwich. Following the well-publicised destruction of the Bimini Bon Boulash mural by Sharpay Salazar and street artist Knapple in the Pottergate Underpass, Theo took to the St Stephens’ Underground Gallery to paint their own mural celebrating all things LGBTQ+ in their trademark colourful style. Next time you’re in NR1, it is most definitely worth a visit (and be sure to tag them if you snap a photo!).
Aside from illustrating and adoring all things feline, Theo is a passionate equality campaigner and always willing to share their knowledge and resources. Their Linktree is updated often and here you’ll find info on Black Trans Lives Matter, UK Trans Healthcare and template letters to MPs on relevant issues.
Written at the bottom of Theo’s rainbow mural is the message “dedicated to all my LGBTQ+ family: together we can do anything!”. We’ll leave it on that note… because they’re quite right. :)
For more and exclusive content from Theo Blue, visit their Patreon.