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Miscellany

Grab Bag $10.00

3 Zines, 1 Notepad, 1 Pocket Journal, 1 Sticker, 1 Postcard, a few Digital Download Cards. A lot of surprises.

A fun way to get a wide selection of things for real cheap! The best deal in the shop.

This also comes with Priority shipping within the U.S.!

Last one! I Despise Your Morals. An 11"x14" art print/mini poster from artist/musician Neil Campau.

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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.

I Want Everything. An 11"x14" art print/mini poster from artist/musician Neil Campau.

Nik Nerburn decolonizes the Paul Bunyan folk myth, connects it to the violent history of Minnesota, and provides possible counter histories. A fascinating and playful forty-minute long experimental documentary.

"In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan is an experimental first person documentary about colonial heritage, mythmaking in northern Minnesota, the US/Dakota war of 1862 and a certain iconic pair of roadside attractions in Bemidji, Minnesota...[ continued ]

Keep America For Americats, the new campaign from the folks who brought you the ever-popular How to Talk to Your Cat zine series.

An 11" x 3" sticker printed on weather-resistant vinyl.

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Keep America For Americats, the new campaign from the folks who brought you the ever-popular How to Talk to Your Cat zine series.

On a high-quality 2" button. A dollar each. Two designs to choose from.

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

In this tragically beautiful short-length animated film, we’re given a week through the dream-like eyes of the moon--a depressed gentle giant whose few friends include a pack of wolves, an invisible person, and a boy on a garbage pile in space. Mailmen in hot air balloons, the architecture of teeth, whales, birds, and ghostly clouds all make appearances.

I find this film to be as heart-breaking as it is hilarious, an experience that brings a little more magic into the world...[ continued ]