We Couldn’t.

  • Posted on 11th August 2016,
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From the 1941 Central High School Yearbook, Grand Rapids, MI. There is something beautiful about artifacts and heirlooms that were tossed away. There is something powerful in the eyes of women in old photographs. What kind of choices did they have?… Read More

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Short Run 2016!

  • Posted on 27th July 2016,
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AConcernFor_3

Hey y’all, we just found out we’re gonna be at Short Run Comix and Arts Festival at the Seattle Center this fall. November 5 to be exact, slangin’ zines and prints. It’s our first zine fest. I’m pumped. Dreamy Ziney, The Alphabet Book, and more in the DIY/Self-Reliance Series (specifically about free food) comin your way.… Read More

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Softness

  • Posted on 7th July 2016,
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flamingos

The edges of being something are very soft, and that is a comfort you can feel for in the dark when living here, at this time, with this batch of humans, seems sharp and the lines are rigid and have no holes for peeking through.… Read More

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New Stockist! Portage Bay Goods

  • Posted on 3rd May 2016,
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New Stockist! Portage Bay Goods

We’re slanging lights in Fremont now – go to the Sunday market and then mosey over to Portage Bay Goods, the cutest little shop you ever did see. Lauren and Shalene are excellent humans, and worked with us to create some custom strands inspired by Fremont, the one of the coolest neighborhoods in the whole wide world.… Read More

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A Matter of Scale

  • Posted on 16th March 2016,
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A Matter of Scale

Sometimes I feel dizzy when I watch groups of people on bicycles, at least when they’re getting on the ferry. It never happens when I’m in that position myself. Vertigo exemption. When you’re on a bicycle on a boat you are grappling with three layers of movement, bike, sea, planet.… Read More

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Bernie or Bust!

  • Posted on 11th March 2016,
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Bernie or Bust!

Here at The Society of National Industry, we try and devote as much psychic energy as we can to the dismantling of the neoliberal, patriarchal, hyper-capitalist, colonialist dystopia that we currently live in. Bernie Sanders is someone who’s views and ethics we deeply respect, and the idea of the turmoil and devastation of the last couple decades manifesting a president like him sends tingles up our spines.… Read More

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