INSPIRED NATIVES
See How We Support Native Artists
made in seattle
Baby Blankets and Scarves
SHOP BLANKETS
Wool and Cotton Blankets
NEW GIFTS
Jewelry, Socks, and More
INSPIRED NATIVES
See How We Support Native Artists
made in seattle
Baby Blankets and Scarves
SHOP BLANKETS
Wool and Cotton Blankets
NEW GIFTS
Jewelry, Socks, and More

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 artist partners through 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

Our Tribal Owners are Saving Lives: Snoqualmie Opens Tribal Vaccination Clinic

Junior staff from the Eighth Generation team proudly collaborated with our owners, the Snoqualmie Tribe, to create the logo for the Snoqualmie Trib...

Shake Off Winter with Seven Springtime Activities

Spring is around the corner! As the weather warms and plants start shifting from buds to blooms, how will you soak up every new moment of the seaso...

David Robert Boxley: Revitalizing a Language Left with 80 Fluent Speakers

Celebrated Northwest Coast artist, educator and Eighth Generation collaborator, David Robert Boxley (Ts’msyen), spends nearly every day reviving Sm...

VIDEO: Taking Back the Narrative of Native Art

Eighth Generation and our artist-centric business model continue to make headlines! KIRO 7 – a Seattle news organization – visited our Eighth Gener...

Five Incredible Buffalo Facts

What makes the buffalo (or bison) spectacular? From jewelry and scarves, to socks and greeting cards, the buffalo stars in many of our products des...

Black-Owned Businesses to Support Year-Round in our Community

Eighth Generation is fueled by artists and innovators. In celebration of Black History month, we're highlighting some fellow entrepreneurs and Blac...

Crack your Inquires with our FAQ

Got Eighth Generation on the mind? Us too! As our art and lifestyle brand gains a global following for our artist-centric approach and 100% Native ...

There's Never Been a Brand Like Eighth Generation

We are all about Native businesses supporting each other! Eighth Generation recently teamed up with our local, Native-owned video production compan...

More than a Marathon: Sarah Agaton Howes Does it All

When Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe) goes on a run, there’s parts she hates and parts that are transformative. Step by step, she pushes forward on...

Is Eighth Generation Part of Your Life Yet? Customers Share Sweet Stories

As our Indigenous-owned small business grows into the first global brand of its kind, we’d like to thank our customers for your perpetual support! ...

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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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