Neo-Navajo
PRINT: NEO-NAVAJO
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN (Boise) 4-15-15
The Navajo people of the Southwestern region of the US are very skilled in making textiles that are both aesthetically pleasing and utilitarian. Ginger and Mary Ann is a company that prides itself on the same principals, thus this design was born.

Glacier
PRINT: GLACIER
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN (Boise) 4-15-15
As ice starts to break apart, there is a beauty in the chaos that ensues.

Doodle
PRINT: DOODLE
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN (Boise) 4-15-15
Possibly the most common art form ever, doodles are usually destined to be cast aside as quickly as they are drawn. This piece is an ode to all those unappreciated squiggles out there that deserve some shine too.

Classic-Weave
PRINT: CLASSIC WEAVE
ARTIST: CARA VAN VALKENBERG (Boise) and HAWK SAHLEIN (Boise) 6-15-15
The natural “earthy” feel to this design is a nod to the long history of decorative textile practices.

KANGO-2
PRINT: KANGO
ARTIST: KANGO | SALEM OREGON & HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 2-2-15
Kango is a graffiti artist residing in the pacific Northwest. As one of our guest artists for
the season, he designed a graphic using his signature abstract, flowing style. Combined with a wild, energetic color scheme,
this piece will definitely catch your attention.

lucid-4
PRINT: LUCID
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 8-24-14
This piece aims to invoke a dream-like aire though use of mostly light,
cool colors and transparency overlays. The depth and variety of scale add to the feeling of suspended animation.

foreseable-2
PRINT: FORSEEABLE FUTURE
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 7-18-14
The name of this graphic reflects the ongoing battle with life’s continuous obstacle course. While its impossible
to know what’s going to come next, it is possible to be ready for anything.

splash4
PRINT: SPLASHDOWN
ARTIST: COLIN PFEIFER | BOISE IDAHO & HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 7-19-14
This design consists of a number of individual elements that coalesce in a wild, abstract form. The contrast of colors
and use of layering provide an intriguing landscape to stumble upon.


PRINT: BAMBOO DREAM
ARTIST: COLIN PFEIFER | BOISE IDAHO & HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 7-19-14
The rich, vibrant colors of this design invite the viewer to embrace the place you are in,
even if you are lost in a foreign land. The devil is in the details, but sometimes beauty lies there too.

trouble-3
PRINT: TROUBLE IN PARADISE
ARTIST: COLIN PFEIFER | BOISE IDAHO & HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 7-18-14
Turbulence and turmoil were the main influences in the creation of this design.
Much like behind the scenes of producing a clothing line, there are many unexpected twists and turns to conquer.
This is where you earn your stripes and true colors are shown.

Amplify2
PRINT: AMPLIFY
ARTIST: CHELSEA SNOW | BOISE IDAHO & HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 2-9-15
The idea behind this graphic is to take what good you find in life and magnify it
to a higher degree. The simple palette provides an elegant platform to create a ripple effect of good vibes.

flourish-1
PRINT: FLOURISH
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 7-19-14
This print was inspired by the idea of taking a situation with limited resources
(e.g. being stranded on an island) and making something beautiful. By using a small number
of colors and lots of movement in the overlay, it creates a bold, classy look in any circumstance.

LESBOIS2
PRINT: LES BOIS
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 11-18-14
A simple photo of the city where Ginger & Mary Ann Clothing Co. was founded was all it took to
spark the idea for this graphic. The lo-fi black and white aesthetic provides a tone that is both classy
and somewhat mysterious.

Mas-Paz2
ARTIST: MAS PAZ | WASHINGTON DC & HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 1-13-15
Our second guest artist of the season was Mas Paz, a Columbian native and current resident
of Washington, D.C. His crisp, bold lines deliver powerful imagery, and this design is no exception. The depiction of
natural elements interconnected with the palm of a hand radiates grace and leads the viewer to a peaceful place.

LUCID2
ARTIST: HAWK SAHLEIN | BOISE IDAHO 11-10-14
We really loved this graphic the first season, so we decided to carry it over to the next.
Of course we didn’t want to use the exact same image, so it’s color way was revamped to capture the spirit and
vitality that spring and summer bring.