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Ghost-like crows circling an egg. Hypnotizing, haunting, and extremely pretty.

On heavy black canvas. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 8" x 9", image approximately 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".

A shield of crows, dandelions, stars, and twigs.

Silkscreened on creamy tan canvas. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each patch is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 8" x 9", image approximately 5 1/2" x 5 1/2".

The ancient god of orgiastic excess, drunken revelry, and inspired madness. On an ivory cotton patch.

10" x 12", screenprinted, raw edges, heat set and washable.

My favorite reminder. Ready to get sewn onto anything and everything.

Printed on a variety of fabrics. 6" x 5".

A grizzly bear getting ready to swallow the moon, amongst oak leaves and the jawbone of a deer.

"Entelechy, (from Greek entelecheia), in philosophy, that which realizes or makes actual what is otherwise merely potential."

Silkscreened on black fabric. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each patch is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 7" x 10".

A new patch from Portland's own Foxdye.

A stag and a girl morphing together, becoming more powerful than they could be alone.

Silkscreened on white or black fabric. Heat-set and washable, raw edges. Each patch is hand-pulled with natural variations. Patch measures approximately 9" x 10", image approximately 7" x 7".

A patch of the cover image from the In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan documentary.

Comes in various shapes, sizes, and fabrics.

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A patch for Phoxii, the new handle of Portland musician Amina Kirby (formerly of Foxdye).

Designed and printed by Jean Nagai in Olympia, Washington.

An early advertisement to lure people to Minnesota. Milk, butter, prosperity. An accompaniment to Nik Nerburn's historical experimental documentary,  In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan. Screenprinted on a variety of fabrics and in a variety of sizes.

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