Sweet Merch

Marked down! An adored annual favorite here (and with good reason). This gorgeous print/poster-style calendar shows the lunar phases among night-blooming flowers (Queen of the Night, Nicotiana, Moon Flower, Four O'Clocks, and Angel's Trumpet) and makes any room a better place to be. 

Designed and illustrated by Nina and Sonya Montenegro of The Far Woods. Moon phases and dates of new, first quarter, full, and third quarter are depicted for each month and calibrated for the Northern Hemisphere. 

11" x 17", offset lithograph, metallic gold ink on 80# white linen cover stock. Printed by Eberhardt Press in Portland, Oregon.

Ancient trees of the Northwest, posing for their portrait. Respectively: Western Hemlock, Western Red Cedar, Douglas Fir, and Sitka Spruce.

Designed and printed by Kyle Rollins in Olympia, Washington.

100% cotton, sky blue shirts. Available in Unisex M and XL.

The excitement of a party with cats. On a tote. Designed by Katie Haegele of Cat Party zine and Joseph Carlough of Displaced Snail Publications.

Screenprinted by Wider Awake Screen Printing and Design. Made of 100% unbleached cotton. 15" wide by 15" tall with a 9" strap hang.

Ghost-like crows circling an egg. Hypnotizing, haunting, and extremely pretty.

On heavy black canvas. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 8" x 9", image approximately 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".

Five stickers from comic artist extraordinaire Deth P. Sun, detailing the adventures of a cat-like creature traversing fantasy realms. All for only $4.

All screen-printed on vinyl, on varying sizes. Each pack will vary.

A serene cat on a surfboard to hold you beer or cold beverage. From the comic zine I See It All by Bay Area artist, Deth P. Sun.

The first koozie (cozy/coozie/kozy, depending on who you ask) in our catalog!

IBQT IBQT Hat $15.00

A stylish hat from Portland's best boy band, IBQT.

Nik Nerburn decolonizes the Paul Bunyan folk myth, connects it to the violent history of Minnesota, and provides possible counter histories. A fascinating and playful forty-minute long experimental documentary.

"In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan is an experimental first person documentary about colonial heritage, mythmaking in northern Minnesota, the US/Dakota war of 1862 and a certain iconic pair of roadside attractions in Bemidji, Minnesota. The film explores the way the Anglo-American caricature of Paul Bunyan overshadows the many complex histories of this state. Using rarely seen archival materials and observational 16mm film, In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan is an expedition into the hidden corners of this land we call Minnesota." 

Check out a clip of the film.

For more, check out the Paul Bunyan blog and companion zine!

Sale! Look to the Sea + The Sky: Weekly Planner Any Year is a build-your-own planner from Cindy Crabb of Doris zine. Weekly spreads with days of the week that you can fill in the dates of whenever you choose to begin. The best part: every page is adorned with a different Doris-y drawing. So lovely.

59 weeks, 128 pages. 5" 1/2 X 8" 1/2, spiral-bound. Printed by Eberhardt Press.

In this tragically beautiful short-length animated film, we’re given a week through the dream-like eyes of the moon--a depressed gentle giant whose few friends include a pack of wolves, an invisible person, and a boy on a garbage pile in space. Mailmen in hot air balloons, the architecture of teeth, whales, birds, and ghostly clouds all make appearances.

I find this film to be as heart-breaking as it is hilarious, an experience that brings a little more magic into the world. It’s a half hour that can be watched again and again.

This limited first edition DVD comes with three additional animated shorts by the creators of this film. Plus: Full creator commentary track, theatrical trailer, and behind the scenes footage. Watch the trailer.