Sendero Provisions Co. makes quality outdoor provisions inspired by the landscapes and cultures of wild, wild America. We cut our teeth roaming the bare deserts of the Southwest looking for geologic wonders and glorious adventure. From our old-school days as geologists mapping in the field to new-school days spent on a cold mountain stream chasing native rainbows, our inspiration comes from our connection to the land and the cultures that represent it. This is the basic calling of Sendero. We make gear that embodies this- super slick products reminiscent of a time long past that will call you to the wild.
Maiden Voyage Co.
Lavishly illustrated with peculiar flair! Accompany us as we explore all that is mysterious, for we believe that such things make the Universe more interesting and fun! Skeptics, Believers, Adventurers and Armchair-Travelers alike can find something to enjoy in the unusual subjects that we celebrate through our art and goods! ...COME WITH US.
Alice Saunders started Forestbound from her living room in Boston during the winter of 2007. Driven by her passion for history and vintage textiles, she created Forestbound to tell the stories of the reclaimed materials that she had been uncovering at flea markets and estate sales throughout New England. Alice’s designs are both timeless and unique; highlighting special pieces of history that she hopes to bring back into the present through memorable products and intentional craftsmanship. Forestbound's wildly popular ESCAPE Canvas Utility Bag is inspired by the many perfectly worn-in old canvas tool bags that Alice has collected from flea markets and estate sales over the last two decades.
Bradley Mountain is a fictitious place where we can all cast our dreams. It helps us to have a physical location to get our dreams moving. Think about that last trip you took. It probably started coming together when you picked a destination, selected dates, and then filled in the gaps. We want to provide a platform for inspiration like that. There is so much going on in our day to day, and sometimes our dreams fall through the cracks. We are here to draw a line in the sand and say “It’s time!”.
From its very beginnings, ANTA has been a family affair. Co-founders Annie and Lachlan Stewart first met at art college in Edinburgh. One a painter, one an architect, they soon realised they shared the same design philosophy, preferring to working with natural materials wherever possible and using methods of production that involve a high level of craft. Today, ANTA creates beautiful home furnishings, textiles and stoneware that take their inspiration from the Scottish landscape and seasons. Even our factory in the Highlands is designed with our unique environment in mind, powered by solar panels and heated by the kiln that produces our hand-painted stoneware.
It all began in Bali, on a sweltering summer day in 2017. We were Riding motorbikes (ok they were More like scooters, really) traversing the island in search of incredible places to shoot photos. At one stop, As we went to adjust the old bandanas we were wearing (and sweating through) for the third day in a row… Bandits was born. We loved the way bandanas made us feel. We loved the confidence, the freedom, and the outlaw attitude a bandana personified. We loved bandanas, but as we went to re-tie them around our faces for the ride, the fraying fabric (and the smell) told us it was probably time for something new.
Monsterologist is the artist merchandise brand of George Coghill, featuring embroidered patches, stickers, enamel pins, pin-back buttons, and other items based on cryptozoology, Halloween, horror and folklore monster and creatures. Bigfoot, Mothman, black cats, UFOs & aliens, vampires, Frankenstein, Cthulhu, Krampus, and more!