It is the responsibility of the business to take care of the community they live in. These responsibilities come in the form of providing employment, creating ideas, and making life easier for people. Rosalie Gale, the co-owner of Ugly Baby and Monster, is willing to go the extra mile by selling off some rather unusual objects to benefit the local community.
The dynamic duo, Rosalie and Douglas, accidentally created Ugly Baby. They were looking for a studio space and came across the charming two-story building in the historic Pike Place Market that eventually became Ugly Baby. Since the area is a commercial market, they had to have regular business hours, a happy happenstance through which she figured out the demand for their Shower Art. After that, Rosalie went on to buy a sister store called Monster at on Market Street in the Ballard neighborhood to increase their reach to their customers.
At the Pike Place Market, Rosalie draws unicorns on the cement that lead customers to the hidden gem called Ugly Baby. But not everything is always rainbows and unicorns in this world, enter the Rocks of Destruction.
Aptly named Rock of Destruction, these rocks were thrown through the windows of the shop on two different occasions. It seems strange to have two rocks decorated with googly eyes sitting among the rest of the shop’s offerings, yet people appreciate the humor.
The Rocks of Destruction are displayed inside the Ugly Baby store and priced at $1000 and $2000, respectively (the cost of the robberies and window replacements). Anyone who wishes to buy them can do so through their website or in person. All proceeds from the Rocks of Destruction will be donated to Treehouse for Kids, a non-profit in Seattle that works for children in the foster care system.
To learn more about Ugly Baby or purchase the Rocks of Destruction , click here to visit their website.