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Set of 4 Circle Coasters that were picked out and set aside for their particularly interesting texture. If the moon glowed indigo... 1 of 1. This product is part of our Explorations project.
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All things all at once! Sashiko stiched by hand using unwaxed linen thread and gradient dyed in natural indigo. 1 of 1. Click here to read about sashiko stitching. Click here and read the Indigo Collection bit for info on the process...
Inside-out version of our Gradient Minimalist. Will be very interesting to see how this ages. This idea came about when we noticed how sweet the indigo was looking on the inside of the wallets, particularly the wonderful texture. Roughout is different than suede as it's...
An experiment with resist dyeing. Melted beeswax spatter + vat of natural indigo. There was a moment of defeat when these came out of the vat and the wax spots had somehow been dyed through...or so we thought. The indigo had caked onto the outside...
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A mashup of our Exploration Nº001 Wall Clock and Indigo Collection. 10 oz natural veg tan face dip-dyed in real, natural indigo. Textures in the "ocean" will vary. Super limited. This product is part of our Explorations project.
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ex·cur·sionikˈskərZHənnounnoun: excursion; plural noun: excursions1. a short journey or trip, esp. one engaged in as a leisure activity. • 10.10 oz waxed army duck canvas • English Tan Dublin leather from Horween • Roll-top with self-cinching closure • Swivel clip for quick on/off action •...
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Sashiko is a traditional Japanese hand stitching technique used to repair and strengthen old garments or rags. The running stitch can be decorative and often times employs repeating geometric designs or tessellations. We took the basic principles of sashiko and applied them to leather, using...
Everything about this is perfect.
It's that time of the year again. We finally found enough time to slot in a round of indigo fun.
These dudes and these stories. A lil' slice o' history.