We’re excited to say that New England folks can now get our lanterns in person at Hauswitch Home + Healing in Salem, Mass. Woo! Hauswitch is run by Erin, who, in addition to running a brick and mortar focused on good vibe-y home stuff, makes really rad magic kits for the home and does design consultations to help people heal the energy in their houses.… Read More
Articles Written By: Katey
Got a bunch of night lights a million years ago, with the intention of making some cutwork studies. Got around to it, into the result. Layers of balsa, which is flimsy and soft and easy to cut, a xerox transfer I made in my basement in college, and some handmade paper I found in a trailer here on our land.… Read More
A sketchbook page about living fossils.
“Everything is supposed to go to hell at around 2050-2100, right? Or, everything is really gonna change at least. Maybe the East Coast is gonna flood, maybe the West will dry up. One time I saw a map depicting climate shift in the Midwest and the South, and in the next few decades, Michigan’s gonna have the climate that Arkansas does now.… Read More
A lil while back we did an installation as part of Synesthesia & Cetera, a little show put on by Babel/Salvage, who puts on multidisciplinary art events and publishes underground work from local writers. Ambrosia Bartosekulva did a performance piece, and embodied the spirit of Yin for the night.… Read More
Back in March we did a show called A Brief History of the Future at The Hillman City Collaboratory, aka the dopest space in the world. The Collaboratory is a multi-use complex that provides co-working space, art events, yoga, a community kitchen and garden, educational outreach programs, space for non-profits, and like, 86 billion other awesome things in Hillman City, which is the nugget of neighborhood that’s just south of Columbia City.… Read More
Part two in what is so far a two-part series of really, really small zines. I wanted to make something out of paper scraps, and also like the idea of impractically small things, like those bibles you need a magnifying glass to read or when people write on rice or the little figurines for model trains. … Read More