WINDOW SHOP • ALBERTA

April Black

April Black

As an ambitious, artistic goal, April Black challenged herself in 2012 to start a “Make Something Everyday” project, where she designed a new graphic illustration every day of the year. This project ultimately led April to starting her own paper goods company — offering Portland-inspired illustrated art prints, stationery, T-shirts, and much more.

Ayumi Angel

Ayumi Angel

Inspired by the beauty of simplicity, Ayumi’s jewelry designs are a fusion of the minimalist aesthetic, geometric shapes, and a flair for fashion rooted in her Japanese and Mexican heritage — giving her jewelry a contemporary feel with a touch of personality. From making jewelry simply as a hobby in her Portland studio, Ayumi’s pieces are now sold throughout other states and Mexico as well.

Baby Dear Harvest

Baby Dear Harvest

Megan and Trish make colorful androgynous accessories and morbid taxidermy-inspired jewelry from locally salvaged surplus materials. From adornments made from bones to accessories fashioned out of doll parts and funeral pines, they make morbid more palatable, if not downright delightful — just like these doll pins and necklaces!

betsy iya Earrings

betsy & iya

For jewelry designers betsy & iya, design is just as important as quiet Sunday mornings, roller coasters and new music. Launched in a coffee shop in 2008 with little more than a notebook, a bright red pencil, and nothing to lose, betsy and iya’s mission is to amplify and celebrate beauty, strength and connection of all people.

Blendily Skincare

Blendily

Blendily creates a spectrum of handmade botanical products for self-care head-to-toe. They use fresh plants and flowers in their creations that they grow and gather themselves, or source directly from farms and purveyors that honor the land that they cultivate. Their mission is to spread botanical magic and herbal wisdom.

Boedecker Cellars

Boedecker Cellars

Boedecker Cellars is Portland Urban “mom-and-pop” Winery. Their vineyards are all located within the Willamette Valley with a variety of elevations, soils and climate-terroir. In agreement that Pinot is the perfect grape, Athena Pappas (mom) looks for intensity and depth in her wines, while Stewart Boedecker (pop) is a lover of an aromatically brilliant, complex and focused wine.

Bumble Bath Soap

Bumble Bath Soap

When COVID-19 led to the loss of their jobs, Bea and Carl started making soaps and bath bombs. They quickly found a community and fans all over Portland and have been active in local markets ever since. All of their soaps and bath bombs are handmade and all-natural.

Carpentry PDX

Carpentry PDX

CarpentryPDX is a Portland-based general contracting and fabrication team. They have over 20 years of experience in commercial builds, architectural installations, residential innovations, and furniture products. When they aren’t working on contracting projects, they create small wooden home goods like these!

Catherine Freshley Mt Hood Painting

Catherine Freshley

From working a full-time job, earning just enough to make ends meet, and making art at night for fun to producing paintings for corporate companies like the Oklahoma City Thunders, Catherine’s path to becoming a full-time artist has been nothing short of spectacular. When Catherine isn’t painting for corporate clients, she produces gorgeous sky acrylic paintings and cards, like the ones imaged, for you!

Fei Goods
Fei Goods

Fei Goods

Two sisters blending, melting, pouring, and moulding beautiful, modern goods by hand. Their candles (not displayed here) are blends of basil, lemon, jasmine, rose, lily, musk and sandalwood in soy wax that will burn for 35 hours to sooth.

Moon Köde

FKM4

Born in Mexico City, Kanela Loranca is a sustainable concept designer living in Portland, and working on a slow fashion movement where the focus is quality over quantity. She says “Life is too short to be bored,” and experiments with prints and textures from painting techniques.

frankie and coco

Frankie & Coco

Color, Pattern and Texture are three words that describe Frankie & Coco, a design studio specializing in modern bags, accessories and housewares. With a stack of vintage fabric, her grandmothers sewing machine and a handful of simple sketches, Maya began meticulously handcrafting functional and beautiful products that are joyfully exuberant, yet relaxed.

Golden Fir

Golden Fir

Inspired by the natural shapes and textures of the outdoors, Golden Fir is art for your ears. Each pair is hand painted and lovingly created by owner, Chelsea Janke, When asked, “Why wood” she answers, “wood is a more sustainable medium compared to some other options and it is extremely light weight!” She hopes to become a part of the solution in an effort to be more kind to our planet.

Helen Rose Skincare

Helen Rose

Helen Rose Skincare Co is a unique, organic skincare line which has been created to moisturize, heal and restore dry, damaged skin, while addressing mood disorders such as anxiety, depression and insomnia. Founder Day Bibb uses petitgrain, lavender, casaba and other pure essential oils which are thoughtfully blended to be emotionally uplifting, calm anxiety and support restful sleep.

High Society Collection

High Society Collection

High Society Collection value’s design and artisan-made slow fashion. Each HSC jewelry piece is crafted in small batches by real hands with love from their North Portland studio. Known for their sweet leaf designs, many of their pieces have dual uses to “keep your hair out of the way [and] keep the anxiety at bay.”

house dogge

House Dogge

After 30 years of apparel design and leadership experience at brands like Nike, Adidas, Levi Strauss & Co., Angela Medlin decided to turn her passion project into a full-fledged artisanal dog product brand. As dog lovers, House Dogge creates products that express kindness, while prioritizing fun, minimalism, comfort, and eco-consciousness. The brand has been featured on Better Homes & Gardens, Design Milk, and most recently, on Oprah’s Favorite Things of 2020 list.

Indigenous Come Up

Indigenous Come Up

In honor of Pachacutek (the prophecy of the Eagle and the Condor), the makers at Indigenous Come Up provide and promote inspiring opportunities to support healing, economic independence and community sufficiency for young adults who have survived government and tribal systems. Through the sales of their handmade products this collective will develop the resources to share knowledge and return to Indigenous roots and cultures.

Innocent Designs

Founder Vanessa has been creating unique designs since her days as a member of the cheerleading team at Benson Polytechnic High School over ten years ago. From designing apparel for her cheer team to studying Graphic Design and Web Design in college, Vanessa had always dreamt of owning her own design company. Earlier this year, she was able to turn that dream into a reality and Innocent Designs was born. Through Innocent Designs, Vanessa hopes to step outside the box, spark conversation, and provide laughter, all while adding a personal touch that only she can bring.

Irvington Woodworks

Irvington Woodworks

Irvington Woodworks is a handcrafted specialty goods company founded by Ryan McClure in 2015. Drawing inspiration from Mid-Century and Scandinavian furniture designs, Ryan creates pieces that have a modern aesthetic, yet timeless functionality for your home. Irvington’s woods are sourced locally and regionally whenever possible.

Jimbo Cups

Jimbo Cups

Jimbo Cups is a Portland-based design company specializing in functional ceramic and glass cups. Co-founders Benny Hill and Jimbo Graham’s passion lies in the combination of traditional craft with new technologies in the maker space setting.

Just Joey Rose

Just Joey Rose

Joey Rose Cardoso is a locally based-artist and designer who specializes in making wearable sculptures. Just Joey Rose’s line of jewelry is all made from a combination of leather, bone, and other organic materials that reflect the relationship between the body and natural world. She hopes to redefine the meaning of jewelry through this collection of wearable art, reflecting a sense of playfulness for the effortlessly bold.

Valentines Card

Letterpress
PDX

Since 2010, Letterpress PDX has specialized in printing business cards, wedding invitations, bookplates and more for small businesses, artists designers and publishers. With a studio filled with historic printing equipment and hundreds of letterpress samples, inspiration is never far.

Missionary Chocolates

Missionary Chocolates

Founded by Melissa Berry, a naturopath and mom of three boys, Missionary Chocolates are certified fair trade, vegan chocolate truffles free from gluten, nuts, soy and lecithin. Upon winning first place at the Northwest Chocolate Festival, Missionary Chocolate transformed from a home-based kitchen experiment to a thriving company who’s mission is to build an inpatient, integrative healing center in Portland, funded by chocolate.

Montegute

Montegute

A Portland-based woodworking and fabrication company started by Ethan Simmons. From stools and benches to accessories like plant stand risers and book ends, the wide variety of wooden home goods are all hand made by Ethan.

Naomi Likayi

This beautiful, hand-pulled, limited-edition screen print by artist Naomi Likayi is based off the incredible mural she produced for Window Shop’s Bezel building installation on NE Alberta. 

50% of proceeds from this joyous image in a limited edition of 50 hand numbered and signed prints will help us continue to produce Window Shop curations around Portland. 

Olander Earthworks

Olander Earthworks

Olander Earthworks is a studio, co-founded by Andrew and Sarah who specializes in creating interactive, customizable multi-sensory art. With backgrounds in sculptures and painting, Andrew and Sarah handcrafts Wonderscapes and miniature zen gardens with the intention of bringing delightful newness to people’s lives. This modern take on a zen tray allows you to roll patterns in sand, which can be both calming and therapeutic.

Orquidia Violeta

Orquidia Violeta

Orquidia Violeta is a Salvadoran-American textile artist. At age 6, Orquidia crossed the US border and went on to study at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Exposure to labor exploitation in the garment industry led her to co-found LaborFruit — a prominent artist-cooperative storefront and gallery specializing in clothing. Orquidia continues to challenge herself as a textile artist, exploring machine and hand embroidery, knitting, weaving, appliqué, and more.

Plan B Salvation

Plan B Salvation

Founder Tim Miller created Plan B Salvation in 2016 as a side business to sell a few reclaimed woodwork builds for fun. His wood cornhole sets gained popularity and since then, his business has blossomed into a wide variety of custom builds including games, furniture, cutting boards, and more. Tim loves the story behind reclaimed wood and seeks to utilize it as much as possible with minimal waste. All of Plan B Salvation’s wood is sourced locally in Portland.

Poppy and Finch

Poppy & Finch

Growing up in Indonesia, Weina Dinata was always captivated by plants — their lives, how they grow, how they interact in the nature. When Weina realized how underrated and misunderstood Native plants were, Weina was inspired to integrate the passion, design skills, and artistic vision to create an awareness around Native plants. So, Poppy and Finch was created. From holding native plant workshops to creating products and floral designs, Poppy and Finch is a place where you can surround yourself with the real, authentic beauty of nature, where we are so lucky to be living.

Rita Pillows

Rita Moreni Designs

As a lover of all things recycled and repurposed Maury McCullough has married her passions for mosaic and fabric. Rita Moreni Designs has developed a line of blankets from repurposed cashmere sweaters and a line of throw pillows from Pendleton wool scraps. Each item is unique and handmade in Portland.

Shop Laura Lillian

Shop Laura Lillian

Shop Laura Lillian is a passion project by Cobie Potesta featuring a collection of handcrafted polymer clay earrings. Contemporary shapes and vibrant colors take center stage are often present in her work.

The Northwest Dog Bandana

The Northwest Dog

The Northwest Dog handcrafts beautiful artisan goods for wild-hearted pups + their people. Founders Heathy Dowdy began Northwest Dog as an Instagram community in 2018 hoping to connect with other like-minded folks. Today, The Northwest Dog is growing by leaps and bounds, offering high-quality, handcrafted goods for all sorts of adventures.

Tostado Coffee

Tostado Coffee Roasters

Tostado Coffee Roasters is a specialty small-batch coffee roaster company based in Portland founded by Adriana Lopez. All of Tostado’s beans are sustainable and farmed in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Chiapas and Oaxaca, Mexico, but roasted and packed in Portland. Through this, Adriana hopes to support indigenous communities through fair trade sourcing and create awareness of all the people’s hard work behind a single cup of great coffee.

Wild Mountain Wax

Wild Mountain Wax

Wild Mountain Wax features handcrafted home fragrance and apothecary goods inspired by the wild Pacific Northwest. Non-toxic and vegan, their unique fragrance collection was born out of a desire to share the magi of the Pacific Northwest, bringing a little of its natural beauty indoors. As a way to give back, a portion of their profits are donated to the Nation Forest Foundation to plant trees, protect waterways and maintain trails throughout the Mt. Hood Wilderness.

Yue Zhou

Yue Zhou Studio

Behind every piece of Yue Zhou’s ceramics is an artistic narrative about intimacy and tension. Investigating the fluidity of clay and redefining its forms and texture, Yue Zhou strives to create a sense of “genre-less” to the ceramics — making each piece unique and one-of-a-kind.