A Rez Kid Decided to Go For It - John Isaiah Pepion at the Eighth Generation Studio

February 20, 2020

Acclaimed Blackfeet ledger artist John Isaiah Pepion came to the Eighth Generation studio headquarters in Seattle to raise his arts-based business to the next level. As a participant in the Inspired Natives ProjectEighth Generation is helping develop an arts entrepreneurship model where John can make a sustainable living off his acclaimed ledger art. Check out the the new video below! 

 

Take a look at John's prints HERE, which are on sale now! Just enter the code "print" at checkout to receive 10% off. You can also check out John Isaiah Pepion's growing collection of wool blankets, cotton throws, phone cases, scarves, and more here! Read more on John here




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