Stay warm in style: Pull on a premium all over print hoodie
Stay warm in style with a Salish Style all over print pullover hoodie! Whether you need a fresh hoodie to keep cozy, show off your artistic side or represent your Native pride, you’ve come to the right spot. More than just a standard sweatshirt, we’ve improved our unique pullover hoodie design to maximize comfort and showcase Native designed artwork. Featuring super soft cotton, this hoodie will give you utmost warmth that you won’t find in other all over print sweatshirts. Suitable for any season, made to feel good and look even better, you will be sure to turn heads when...
Sacred Geometry: Essay & Art --- Qwul`thilum (Dylan Thomas) | Numéro Cinq
We’ve got your back » Backpacks are here
You might need to pack up and go at any time and it’s important to be able to carry your gear with practical style wherever your travels take you. Although there are all sorts of bags and methods out there to stash your stuff, sometimes the best way to tote the things you need and want is on your back. There’s something about hands-free design that is truly liberating. The new Salish Style backpacks are lightweight and strategically constructed with plenty of cargo capacity to hold the things that really matter. With streamlined styles that won’t slow you down, a spacious...
Seattle celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day
For the first time, Seattle will designate the second Monday in October as “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.” On October 6th, the Seattle City Council unanimously adopted a resolution (No.31538) to rename the holiday observed nationally as Columbus Day, in order to celebrate the contributions and culture of Indigenous Peoples throughout the region. This afternoon, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray met with tribal leaders as well as members of the city council to participate in a signing ceremony of the Indigenous Peoples Day resolution to declare the day. Seattle is not the first city to celebrate the holiday in this fashion. Today, 16 states...