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Erica Tanov Blog

An Afternoon With Hiroko of Hataguchi Collective

by Erica Tanov |

Hataguchi Collective is the paper and stationary project started by our very own Hiroko Kato. With prints that resonate deeply with Hiroko's Japanese upbringing and techniques that were inspired by a trip to India, Hataguchi Collective has presented Hiroko with a limitless outlet for channeling her influences and creative energy. Each card is made completely by hand- first designed and...

Studio Visit With Ariel Clute

by Erica Tanov |

Ariel Clute is an artist living and working in Oakland, California, with her husband and three children. We spent the morning visiting Ariel's home studio to learn more about the process behind her namesake jewelry line, and found ourselves engulfed in inspiration- boxes of mid-century beads and sequins, vintage Japanese thread, and beautiful ceramics adorning the shelves and walls of...

Introducing Sierra Reading

by Erica Tanov |

One of the most rewarding aspects of what we do at Erica Tanov is having the privilege of working alongside many talented women, and creatively collaborating as much as possible. This season we are excited to introduce and give you a glimpse into the studio of Sierra Reading, Oakland-based textile artist and long-time friend and employee at Erica Tanov. You...

Introducing Vivien Ramsay

by Erica Tanov |

There is a bold confidence to the work of Vivien Ramsay, balanced beautifully with the most delicate and subtle details- making up what she calls her "soft armor." Working from her studio along the coast of the Philippines, Ramsay has designed and created a line for the modern woman not interested in fast results and instant gratification. We've fallen for...

A Chat With Moo-Young

by Erica Tanov |

We are so excited to welcome Seattle-based designer Francine Moo-Young's eponymous line into our stores this winter season. Originally from Jamaica, Francine incorporates her unique upbringing and background into all elements of her work, blending styles and technique in a way that is truly personal and entirely original. From an early age, Francine cultivated an appreciation...

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