Made in PDX

January
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  • Great State

    Gary Tyler says he’s been shooting photographs for as long as he can remember, and he's always in the market for the perfect camera strap. It had to be functional, but it had to look good too. Naturally, he made one for himself that met both his durability and minimalist design criteria. Then, in 2012, he started making them for friends, and before he knew it, he was picking up large swaths of leather and making them for you.

  • Gary Houston's Voodoo Catbox

    Gary Houston has drawers upon drawers full of screen printed posters he’s made for the Grateful Dead, Wilco, Ben Harper, Lucinda Williams, Willie Nelson, and countless other rock and roll greats. Almost every one of his scratchboard technique designs, numbering in the hundreds, if not thousands, can be enlarged and transferred to standard 11-by-17 size just for you.

  • Voodoo Doughnut Recordings’ The Singles Collection

    2014 saw the launch of "The World's Leading Doughnut-Based Recording Company" brought to you by Voodoo Doughnut's Kenneth "Cat Daddy" Pogson and Tres Shannon. For a while, the two have been churning out seven-inch singles each month. Now comes The Singles Collection, their limited-edition box set.

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Portland’s DIY pool keeps flowing over. Get to know the DIYers behind Great State (camera staps), Voodoo Catbox (posters) and Voodoo Doughnuts (vinyl singles).