ABC/FOX news Women's History Month Interview with Crystal Worl on USPS stamp design
Crystal's "Art of the Skateboard" stamp design was featured on the ABC/FOX news as part of highlighting Women's History Month. Check out her interview at the link below: https://www.youralaskalink.com/news/local/alaskan-native-artists-design-is-on-stamp/article_60a9a533-1dd7-5289-92af-ea1b3655f179.html
NPR's Marketplace Interviews Rico Worl
What inspired Rico Worl to launch Trickster Co.? Living in downtown Juneau, he witnessed the inauthentic souvenir market. He wanted to carve a space for visitors to Alaska to buy authentic Indigenous products, like a deck of playing cards. Listen to his story here: https://www.marketplace.org/2023/01/16/indigenous-siblings-bringing-native-designs-masses/
25 Indigenous and Native-Owned Businesses to Shop
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We love this 2022 Parade article of Indigenous and Native-owned businesses. This is a killer list of cool Indigeneity brands. Buy a gift for yourself or friends and family any time of the year. https://parade.com/1298881/jessicabrent/indigenous-owned-businesses/
Forever Stamps update: Crystal Worl designed a stamp!
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Rico and Crystal featured on Chatter Marks Podcast
This year, both Rico and Crystal had the pleasure of going on the Anchorage Museum's podcast, Chatter Marks, dedicated to exploring Alaska’s identity through the creative and critical thinking of ideas—past, present and future. Rico's episode aired in May and focuses on the start of Trickster Company, with Rico's aim to reclaim the Native gift industry and bring those earnings back to our Alaska Native communities. Crystal's episode just aired on November 18th, focuses on her journey with public art, namely the new Anchorage mural and her new Google Chrome skins which debuted for Native American Heritage Month. Gunalchéesh to the Anchorage...