B Noble

B Noble Lifestyle was founded by Kristin Nobles, a contemporary artist on a mission to use her talent to B Noble. Being Noble means turning her art into a lifestyle brand with a unique collection of art, fashion and merchandise that B Noble Lifestyle can sell to raise funds and awareness for the causes B Noble Lifestyle supports.

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Kristin has been painting for over a decade and she has over 200 unreleased pieces she has painted. Through this company and incredible partners committed to causes, she is now able to offer a unique variety of retail and commercial products from original signed art, housewares, fashion and merchandise to graffiti proof commercial building art.

Sick Titties

Sick Titties

You can support our efforts to educate and inform people about breast implant illness by purchasing Sick Titties merchandise and sharing awareness. The funds raised from this campaign will create a trusted company that will be a valuable resource to women suffering from Breast Implant Illness.  The campaign will provide disclosure of facts and educate people so they make informed decisions and have access to resources.

Ike Diogu

Ike Diogu

Ike Diogu has a long track record as a top athlete playing basketball in the NBA and professionally abroad. He has overcome adversity and physical traumas and is stronger than ever. Ike “Black Caeser” Diogu has served as captain of the Nigerian National Team – which is heading to the Summer Olympics for the third time.

B Noble Art

For Kristin Nobles being a Noble artist means using her talent and art to support organizations that make a difference solving social issues.

Launching B Noble Art as the B Noble Lifestyle brand is a dream come true for her. Until now her art has been collected and shared with a limited group of collectors from the LA Library to billionaire’s homes.  Kristin has been painting for over a decade and she has over 200 unreleased pieces she has painted. Through this company and incredible partners committed to causes, she is now able to offer a unique variety of retail and commercial products from original signed art, housewares, fashion and merchandise to graffiti proof commercial building art.

For Kristin, success means inspiring people through her story to be part of the change we need to see in the world. Kristin’s mission as an artist is to be recognized as being Noble via creating impactful images that keep raising funds and awareness for the causes B Noble Lifestyle supports. B Noble Lifestyle will continue to release original collections to raise funds for organizations solving social issues from breast cancer, incarceration, opiate addiction and more.

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Ike Diogu

Ike Diogu has a long track record as a top athlete playing basketball in the NBA and professionally abroad.  He has overcome adversity and physical traumas and is stronger than ever.  Ike “Black Caesar” Diogu has served as captain of the Nigerian National Basketball Team – which is heading to the Olympics for the third time.  Ike is a Nigerian-American and recognized as a top athlete, selected 9th in the 1st round pick of the NBA by the Golden State Warriors.  He is known by millions of fans as “The Beast”.  When fans purchase merchandise they not only support Ike, they also support his foundation targeting childhood education, poverty alleviation, youth sports and Christian education.

“We play for Nigeria and there’s a lot of pride being able to represent your country. And I think people see that when I go out there and play I wanted to be tough, hard-nosed, to be somebody who is relentless on the floor, and that’s what that nickname embodies, all of those traits.”

-Ike Diogu

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Sick Titties

In 2021 we are launching with the Sick Titties campaign. This campaign is to raise awareness about Breast Implant Illness and the concerns for full disclosure regarding implants. This is a very serious illness that goes undiagnosed, sometimes for years, with doctors dismissing women’s symptoms as unfounded. The insurance industry just recently created a code for this illness, but it’s still a battle to have doctors recognize the symptoms. There is also the issue of societal pressures on women to have large breasts to be considered attractive.  We like to use humor to draw attention to the fact that implants can make women sick and if they are feeling symptoms they should be empowered to get educated and make a decision that is right for them. The funds raised from this campaign will create a trusted company that will be a valuable resource to women suffering from Breast Implant Illness.