Black Woman-owned

The Story of DomoINK

DomoINK is more than a brand; it is a celebration of diversity. The founder, Domonique Brown, understands the struggle of finding genuine decor, apparel, and gifts that truly reflect the Black experience, especially on retail shelves. As a designer herself, she took it upon herself to start DomoINK in April 2020 to bridge the gap by providing a collection of products, from bold art pieces to comfortable throw pillows, ensuring that everyone feels represented.

The Growth of DomoINK

From the kitchen table of Brown's home to products on shelves of the top retailers.

The Beginnings

After quitting her second job, Domonique Brown took a risk and started DomoINK.

"DomoINK" playfully combines Domonique's name with her preferred medium, marker ink.


Art licensed to Homegoods. Designs are featured on framed artwork and canvases across Homegoods locations nationwidde.

Target Black History Month Collection

DomoINK created an exclusive home decor collection for Target, featuring paint kits, mugs, plates, coasters, tumblers, art prints, and calendars.

Macy's Limited Edition Collection

Art prints were available at Macy's during Summer 2023.

Walmart Exclusive Stationery Line

In celebration of Black History Month, there was a collection of stationery available at Walmarts in-stores nationwide.

Urban Outfitters "Own Your Expression"

During Black History Month, DomoINK launched a product line including bath mats, mugs, and art prints available online at Urban Outfitters and selected locations.

Goody Tru Hair Accessories

In partnership with Goody, DomoINK offers a special collection of hair accessories, including brushes and hair bands, exclusively at Walmart stores and online.

  • April 2020
  • 2022 - Present
  • Feb. 2023
  • May 2023
  • Jan. 2024
  • Feb. 2024
  • 2024 - Present

Founder of DomoINK

Domonique Brown

From Pomona, CA, Domonique Brown is an award-winning, multi-hyphenate creative. Her portfolio includes creating art panels for Samsung's Bespoke refrigerators and directing an exclusive home decor line for Target. With experience in diverse sectors, she has managed campaigns ranging from retail to healthcare, for both small businesses and large household names like Forbes and Starz. Her achievements have attracted media coverage from CNBC, NowThis, and other platforms, including an interview with Ryan Seacrest where he named her a “Hometown Hustler.”

Featured Clients

Domonique collaborated with Adobe, Samsung, and Disney, to name a few.