HUTXH + PAIGE PETTIBON
Lushootseed infused apparel.
Paige Pettibon and Irene Davis collaborate on creating designs based on Lushootseed culture.
Lushootseed + ART
The Pride Bonegames set came about during a bonegames event that Paige and Irene attended. Irene and Paige were sitting next to each other when they noticed the bonegame set they were playing with had all the colors of the rainbow, and that's when the brainstorm transpired for this graphic.
January 1, 2025
HUTXH made donations to Queer the Land which is a collaborative project grounded in the self -determination of queer, transgendered, and two-spirited Black, Indigenous, people of color, with the vision of collectively owning their land and labor.
The model for this image is Brandi Douglas (Puyallup, Nooksack, Muckleshoot, Black, Mexican) a queer femme business owner and lifelong resident of Tacoma, Washington
SWEET GRASS GRAPHIC
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Irene highlighted images centering around Indigenous medicine.
TRY HARD, WORK HARD
Charlotte and her Mother Roberta Basch would often use the Twulshootseed phrase "ṕaʔcut tibicut" within their family. As an athlete, Charlotte was interested in wearing apparel that reflected her family and Twulshootseed culture and reached out to Irene, who reached out to Paige for the design. The design is based on one of the most powerful plants that grow in the Pacific Northwest, Stinging Nettles.
At the beginning of the covid-19 pandemic when there was a lot of uncertainty, Paige and Irene came up with a graphic representing a dance that blesses the land with medicine. As the song says in Twulshootseed "This is healing" composed by Kayla Guyett.