With 6.4M followers on Instagram, Betches media is a destination for young women everywhere to experience the thoughts that run through their heads, but are too afraid or uncomfortable, to say out loud. We’re excited to partner with a like-minded brand like ArtSugar to allow our audience the chance to have their favorite Betches phrases hanging on their walls. Betches also love to give back. Through this collaboration with ArtSugar, a portion of the proceeds from each sale within this collection is donated to Autism Speaks. We can’t wait for our fans to check out the entire collection. 

ArtSugar x Betches

ArtSugar, the charity and Instagram-driven, affordable contemporary art retailer; joins forces with Betches Media, the multi-platform media company for millennial women, on an exclusive collection of 3 framed art prints featuring phrases evoking Betches’ signature humor; as well as a Betches-curated collection of ArtSugar framed prints. Both sets of prints are available for purchase on Shop Betches.

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The ArtSugar x Betches square-shaped framed prints, available in 3 sizes (8x8”, 12x12” and 20x20”) for $95, $130 and $275, respectively, in white or black frames, include phrases “Time flies when you’re stressed out & everything hurts.”; “No offense, but it’s true”; and “Low carb. High anxiety.” 

“We’re huge fans of Betches here at ArtSugar and are excited to bring Betches’ comedic, attention-grabbing personality, along with its amazing taste, to walls everywhere,” said Alix Greenberg, founder & CEO of ArtSugar. “These affordable art prints are the perfect holiday gifts as well, starting as low as $95.”

“Shop Betches creates products for the easily un-offended and we’re excited to partner with a like-minded brand like ArtSugar to allow our audience the chance have their favorite Betches phrases hanging on their walls,” said Aleen Kuperman, Co-founder and CEO of Betches Media. “We can’t wait for our fans to check out the collection, just in time for the holidays.”

The ArtSugar collection curated by Betches Media includes 12 framed prints by Instagram’s most popular artists, such as Michael Turchin (@michaelturchinart), Anna Panchenko (@anya_panchenko), and Jaxon Roberts (@jaxon_roberts). The prints range from 12x12” to 20x30” and from $130-$395.


Combining bold artwork with a fresh approach to philanthropy, ArtSugar is transforming the digital art retail space. ArtSugaris a cutting-edge, charity and Instagram-driven, affordable contemporary art retailer offering an exclusive assortment of striking framed prints from the most highly followed global artists on Instagram. ArtSugar provides a technology solution that helps these artists monetize their work efficiently, so that they can focus on their craft. ArtSugar is the only online art retailer to donate 5% of proceeds from every purchase to various charities, with partners including City Harvest, ASPCA, Girls Who Code, and God’s Love We Deliver.


Betches Media is a multi-platform media company for millennial women to experience comedy and empowerment in an honest environment. Founded in 2011 by Cornell University alumni Aleen Kuperman, Samantha Fishbein and Jordana Abraham, the company was launched as a blog with the core column “The Betch List.” Betches has since expanded to become a robust, digital destination that boasts a strong social media presence through their cult Instagram, @Betches, with more than 6.4M followers, a podcast empire with 7 podcasts under their umbrella (including U Up?, Diet Starts Tomorrow and Comments by Celebs), two New York Times bestselling books “I Had a Nice Time And Other Lies...: How to find love & sh*t like that” and “Nice Is Just a Place in France: How to Win at Basically Everything” with a third book titled “When’s Happy Hour? Work Hard So You Can Hardly Work,” an e-commerce platform Shop Betches and vast editorial and video content covering pop culture, political, dating, health & wellness and news-centric topics. Visit www.betches.com to learn more.

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