The Birch Bloom phone case pays homage to the beautiful tradition of birchbark etching. Characteristic of Howes' work, the Birch Bloom carries forward the Ojibwe floral tradition of teaching about plants that care for the water, including wild taro, yellow flag, and duckweed.
This beautiful case is made with real cherry wood that is cut and printed with multiple layers of protective coating - all lovingly crafted in our Seattle studio. It includes a matte black plastic bumper that snaps into place perfectly, providing an added layer of protection for your phone.*Since this case is 100% real authentic wood, the images seen above are representations of the wood. Actual wood grain, patterns and knots will vary with each individual case. Your case is unlike anyone else’s in the world, literally.
This original design is a great examples of Louie's unique merger of contemporary themes and traditional Coast Salish design. Here Blue Jay is captured at the moment he finally let's go of the trivial matters associated with his daily grind - a moment that sometimes takes human beings 3 or 4 days of vacation to achieve. This phone case reminds us of the importance of self-care.
The buffalo was the staff of life for most Plains Indian Nations. Today the buffalo is still a central part of life, from food to ceremony. Originally drawn on the ledger paper used across much of John's work, this particular piece pays tribute to the power and sacrifice that the buffalo continues to give.
The bold design incorporates important symbols from Blackfeet art to depict rich concepts in a lively, graphic way. The lifeline, or sacred breath of the buffalo is represented here with an arrow, and the circles along the top and bottom borders depict stars. The cross symbol at the top of the design represents the Morning Star, which plays an important role in creation and ceremony among Plains Indian Nations.
This stunning case features the highly sought-after artwork of Acoma Pueblo artist Michelle Lowden. Not only is this beautiful design inspired by Michelle father's cottonwood sculptures, but the dragonfly also holds cultural significance. For the Acoma Pueblo, the dragonfly is seen as a good sign or good luck for when you plant because they pollinate your crop.
This case is made with real cedar that is cut and high resolution printed with multiple layers of protective coating - all lovingly crafted in our Seattle studio. It includes a matte black plastic bumper that snaps into place perfectly, providing an added layer of protection for your phone.