NEW VIDEO BY GOOGLE
Highlights Our Commitment to Community
SHOP BLANKETS
Wool and Cotton
SHOP APPAREL
Socks, Scarves and Shirts
NEW VIDEO BY GOOGLE
Highlights Our Commitment to Community
SHOP BLANKETS
Wool and Cotton
SHOP APPAREL
Socks, Scarves and Shirts

NATIVE DESIGNED FOR GLOBAL CITIZENS

Inspired Natives, not "Native-inspired."

Eighth Generation is a Seattle based art and lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. We partner with community-based Native artists around the country to design, manufacture and market beautiful wool blankets and gifts intended for everyone around the globe. In doing so, we are boldly reclaiming control over the market for products featuring Native art and the stories that go with them – all while building the business capacity of our artists partners though the Inspired Natives Project.

INSPIRED NATIVES PROJECT COLLABORATORS

Louie Gong

Nooksack

Sarah Agaton Howes

Anishinaabe

John Isaiah Pepion

Blackfeet

Michelle Lowden

Acoma Pueblo

SHOP BY ARTIST

Bethany Yellowtail

Crow/Northern Cheyenne

Jamie Okuma

Luiseño/Shoshone-Bannock

Jared Yazzie

Diné

David Robert Boxley

Tsimshian

Shirod Younker

Coquille/Miluk Coos/Umpqua

Geo Neptune

Passamaquoddy at Indian Township

Michelle Lowden

Acoma Pueblo

Sarah Agaton Howes

Anishinaabe

John Isaiah Pepion

Blackfeet

Louie Gong

Nooksack

EIGHTH GENERATION BLOG

Potholes to Climate Change: Inspiring GO VOTE Artwork

Want different healthcare options, attention to climate change, fair play for LGBTQ and BIPOC citizens, potholes filled or even just some green gra...

5 Surprising Facts About Hummingbirds

Often featured on Eighth Generation products and our Store sign at Pike Place Market, hummingbirds are whimsical creatures that have delighted and...

Why is Our Colleague Facing 17 years in Prison for Protesting?

Eighth Generation is a proud partner of NDN Collective and their CEO Nick Tilsen, a highly respected community leader and advocate for Indigenous r...

The Faces of Eighth Generation

There is never a dull moment at our Seattle headquarters. If you ever get a chance to walk through the front door, you'll see a dozen smiling faces...

Surprise Honor for Eighth Generation - Behind the Scenes

On Monday morning, as the Eighth Generation team gathered in the lobby for our weekly staff meeting, we saw a recognizable silhouette approaching t...

A Love Letter to our Postman

Our USPS carrier is a kind and patient elder, so we are constantly amazed when he jumps out of his mini-truck and dashes the 30 feet to our warehou...

VIDEO - GOOGLE Shines Spotlight on Our Values-based Business Practices

In the early days of the pandemic, Eighth Generation was able to secure 10,000 pieces of life-saving PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) for local ...

Powerful Women Weavers Selected for Public Art Project!

Eighth Generation was honored to receive nearly 30 submissions to our recent Call for Coast Salish Textile Artists. Meet the 4 artists chosen to co...

Calling Coast Salish Textile Designers

Our small business is proud to offer multiple public art opportunities during a time when such opportunities are exceedingly rare.  Danielle Morse...

Eighth Generation Supports Black Lives Matter

As an indigenous-led small business, we wholeheartedly support the nationwide effort to create change that has followed the murders of George Floyd...

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PIKE PLACE MAKET

Our Pike Place Market store is temporarily closed due to COVID-19.

Find us in the Atrium, which is across the street from The Showbox and just steps from 1st and Pike. Look for neon hummingbird!

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