See What Happens When Artists Come Visit Our Studio in Seattle!

June 21, 2019 1 Comment

Anishinaabe artist Sarah Agaton Howes, a successful Inspired Natives Project collaborator since 2015 and owner of House of Howes, came all the way from Minnesota to our headquarters in Seattle, Washington, to create a beautiful new design. Watch as the Eighth Generation team works with Sarah to develop new products from pencil drawing to finished product within 24 hours in the video below! 


The “Birch Bloom” earrings and phone case, which are featured in the video, pay homage to the beautiful tradition of birchbark etching. Make sure to check out these new products here!

View the growing range of beautiful products, from earrings to scarves and blankets, designed by Sarah Agaton Howes (Anishinaabe) here

Thank you for supporting Inspired Natives, not "Native-inspired".




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Jessica Sanchez-Palencia
Jessica Sanchez-Palencia

July 03, 2019

Cant wait to visit your Shop in Seattle !!! I will be there on Friday June 27th before I will fly back to Germany !!!

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