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This blog is curated by indigenous people to showcase indigenous art, fashion and design and to celebrate and appreciate indigenous artists’ flair, talent and work.

Please note that this is by no means an exhaustive or all-inclusive catalogue of indigenous art! We gladly welcome submissions from all fields of indigenous-designed or made fashion in order to make this blog more inclusive and representative.

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fisherman tee, Kaila Farrell-Smith (Klamath, Modoc)
"This design is of a Native American fisherman from a Pacific NW tribe, spear fishing Salmon from the rocks along a river. The circular design around the rocks is graphically based from Klamath basketry designs, specifically basket hats, which women wore. This image is in celebration of our Native tribes long tradition and relationship with the Salmon and with the River." 

fisherman tee, Kaila Farrell-Smith (Klamath, Modoc)

"This design is of a Native American fisherman from a Pacific NW tribe, spear fishing Salmon from the rocks along a river. The circular design around the rocks is graphically based from Klamath basketry designs, specifically basket hats, which women wore. This image is in celebration of our Native tribes long tradition and relationship with the Salmon and with the River."