Pacific North wet is a design from Little Bay Root. If there’s a bear anywhere riding a tall bike in the rain, it’s a safe bet that it’s somewhere in Oregon, if not Portland. If there’s an Oregonism on a t-shirt,it’s a safe bet it’s on a t-shirt from Little Bay Root.
That’s a pearlescent ink that shows up as gray in the photographs, but has a really nice tactile quality and glistening look when you witness the shirt in real life.
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We’re closed on Thursday and Saturday, so we had to have our office potluck early. Enjoy your holiday and we’ll see you on Monday!
Portland Timbers in the Playoffs!!!!! Look for these Timbers Army jackets in the stands!
Here’s a Timbers Army shirt we did back in 2005 before the Timbers were in MLS.
From Kona Brewing Co in Hawaii. This is a really nice looking 10 color print on a coarse-weave sweatshirt.
Check out: Kona Brewing Co
The beginnings of the printed T shirt became popular in the 60′s with political statements. Here is our friend and customer Mo “Quadzilla” Sanders making his statement on one of his graphic tees for his roller derby skate brand, Quadzilla Derby Co. This is a soft hand water based black, with discharge white…looking bright!
If you’re wondering about the name of the company:
It’s a play on words. Once upon a time staffers of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush used to refer to Portland as Little Beirut because of the protesters he encountered during his visits. Hence, a little less aggressive and more playful name. Welcome to Little Bay Root.
And there you have it!
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Found Item Clothing put together a compilation of some of the great moments in movie prop t-shirts. See if you can identify them and check you score against the list here. A high score is in no way proportional to how unproductive you are. Don’t think of yourself as someone with too much time on your hands, consider yourself a pop culture historian instead. When you’re done, you can even pick up a few reproductions from Found Item Clothing and you can be a pop culture re-enactor.
French Notes sells note cards, flour sack towels, and recipe cards that display original watercolor paintings inspired by the Pacific Northwest, but in the style of old French country imagery. Don’t call that Carotte a carrot, or you’ll be looking at the end of a garrote.
Loren may look intimidating in this photo, but as a sales rep he’s pure pussy cat inside. His hobbies include modeling hats that we embroider for our client Crab Grab, manufacturer of the world’s funniest, yet still functional snowboarding accessories. Check out their products list if you don’t believe us. Incidentally, we are proud (?) to have been involved in the P-pants as well.