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Miscellany

The perfect gift. A $20 gift certificate that gives your giftee over 400 options to choose from! Cards are made out of original playing cards from the great '80s teen girl game, Heart-Throb and comes with easy instructions and individual redemption codes on the back. Want a gift certificate that is more than $20? Less? Message us and we'll make it happen...[ continued ]

A great short documentary about the history of the Riot Grrrl movement, Don't Need You is a must-watch for anyone interested in feminist movements, Olympia history, zine culture, and the history of women in punk rock. One-on-one interviews plus rare, archival materials (Riot Grrrl fanzines, flyers, and photographs), and seldom seen footage from pioneering Riot Grrrl bands like Bikini Kill, Heavens to Betsy, and Bratmobile...[ continued ]

Hanging out on a floating island. No big deal.

4" x 4". Weather-proof blue ink on white vinyl sticker.

A serene cat on a surfboard to hold you beer or cold beverage. From the comic zine I See It All by Bay Area artist, Deth P. Sun.

The first koozie (cozy/coozie/kozy, depending on who you ask) in our catalog!

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Good eyes.

4" x 4". Weather-proof black ink on white vinyl sticker.

Show off your love of writing letters, getting mail, and using typewriters with this button set from Portland's Pin Me Down Buttons.

Portable Fortitude is a stunning deck of cards, unlike any other, by artist and astrologer Corina Dross. Designed with the flexibility to be anything you want them to be, from a smartly-designed poker deck to talismans for your altar. Used for everything from tarot (and other forms of cartomancy) to bicycle spokecards to writing and drawing prompts. 

"For uses both serious and frivolous: 54 illustrated playing cards, each imbued with the power to protect you from some common calamity...[ continued ]

Five one inch buttons to show off your zine love. Represented within: Typewriter, glue, scissors, stapler, and zine heart tattoo. Ridiculously cute. Drawings by Bri Dearest of Motor City Kitty.

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