Holiday Gift Guide 2018
Create a perfect cup of tea in the chilly morning or evening. These organic, high-quality, and recycled packaging will immediately become a go-to drink. From spices from all over the world, share or indulge a delicious cup of tea with t-project.
Made with traditional Japanese fabrics, these coasters are a perfect accent to add to the table. Both practical and unique - decor your desk space or dining table for friends or family gathering.
Made from start to finish here in Portland, Oregon - these beanies are just in time for the season. Wear this cap folded or unfolded, either way it will be stylish and warm.
Each piece from Dina's pottery collection only passes through one pair of hands. A one woman operation, she throws and glazes each piece in her studio in Portland, Oregon. Minimal, bold, and modern tablewares for your home.
One of our most popular collection, our scarves feature traditional textile techniques and prints from Japan. All-season wear scarves and unisex accessories for all.
A perfect gift for those who travel often, these multi-purpose pouches are made to fit in your bags.
Designs were inspired by the Ainu tribe from Japan. These limited run tees were custom dyed and screen printed with soft inks. Made to last beautifully - a perfect gift to give for your friends or lovers. To learn more about the Ainu Tribe, click here.
We love a good notebook. Nothing really comes close as a place to store your best ideas or plans for the new year! Our notebook patterns are inspired by Japanese patterns and vintage composition books. Saddle Stitched, gridded, and covered with linen texture cover.
Our homage to Boro - pieced together from deadstock vintage kimono and authentic Japanese indigo fabrics. Meant to be worn a little looser around the neck, it has a rustic look and texture, which makes it the perfect casual tie.
This letterpress card is an elegant way to express your love on you or a loved one for special occasions. Taiga Press is a design and letterpress print studio that is based in Astoria, Oregon. An anthropologist by training, her designs are inspired by the textiles and patterns she has encountered during her travels around the world. She is drawn to the idea of translating fabric mediums to paper via the history and art of letterpress, which has its own unique texture and feel.
Sakiori is a traditional Japanese technique of rag weaving. Fabric strips are cut finely and woven together. Made by a local artist Laura and her family, these can be used as a mat or a table runner. This piece is truly unique and won't be made the same again.
Direct from Japan and tailored here in Portland, Oregon with more modern cuts and details. We trimmed down the sleeves and used the fabrics for pockets. A perfect ways to dress up with a white shirt and jeans, or just class it up around the house. Either way, it'll be a unique and special piece that'll stand out in the crowd.