Retail Boutique: Hometown Products

Stock your retail section with a little hometown pride. Customers will have fun representing their favorite state, or a state they are dying to visit. Either way, they’ll enjoy showing off places they love in the good ol’ U.S. of A. with these boutique items.

Hop Skip Jump Paper’s I Love You From state art prints began as a way to incorporate a love of travel and graphic design in one place. With popular places listed in the subtext, these designs bring favorite memories alive and help ease homesickness. Each piece is printed on ultra-smooth matte paper using a wide spectrum printer with ChromaLife 100 inks.


Aminimal Studio’s map necklaces capture the spirit of a place and allow the wearer to carry a memento of a favorite city wherever she goes. Made on a 3-D printer to get these thin and complex designs, the husband and wife duo are able to create beautiful products with a low carbon footprint that are not only made in the U.S., but are made as local as possible.


Kula Kai’s handcrafted jewelry is inspired by traveling land and sea, and Hawaiian culture in particular. Made in Laguna Beach, Calif., each state ring is 14k gold, rose gold, or sterling silver. Each piece is hand-stamped on a heart charm and customizable with up to three letters.


Field Trip’s state iPhone cases are deeply influenced by designer Amy Lowry’s home city of Vancouver where there is concrete in one direction and all the beauty of nature in the other. The creation of these cases is guided by a sense of adventure mixed with popular culture. Plus, customization is key with a choice of home states or Canadian provinces to match client needs.


Bread and Badger’s I Like It Here typography coffee mug is an original map outline, fashioned to look like an old “Greetings, from” postcard. Each mug is sandblasted, carving all the way through the shiny glaze so the bold, natural ceramic can be seen beneath. Dishwasher- , microwave-, and food-safe, each 16-oz. mug is custom-made in sky blue, navy blue, tangerine orange, or celery green.


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