our brands + makers

We're happy to stock products created with care and intention by brands + makers who share our values and engage in ethical and sustainable practices. We encourage you to get to know them and support their work!


69herbs is a New York-based apothecary and design project blending fantasy, faggotry, and folk herbalism. All of their products are handmade with 100% organic plants, regionally and sustainably sourced whenever possible. 69herbs’ creations focus on trans/queer wellness and embodiment, magic and connection, and harm reduction. [69herbs.com]

Aesthetic Magic is a creative studio and product line that cultivates healing and magic through art and design. Formed in 2017 by designer and art director Nicole Pivirotto, Aesthetic Magic creates objects and tools that help us connect with our intuition in a way that’s fun and easy using the magic of color and shape. [aestheticmagic.com]

Almanac Supply Co. is a Chattanooga, TN-based company that sources goods from forests, fields, and caves around the world to inspire and assist us in connecting with nature and embracing seasonal living. All of their candles are hand-poured with intention in-house, using vegan soy wax. [almanacsupplyco.com]

Ash + Chess is a cute stationery company run by queer and trans couple Ashley Molesso (she/her) and Chess Needham (he/him), based out of Richmond, VA. They create bold greeting cards and art prints that feature retro color palettes, and they often use their artwork to make a political statement and to uplift the queer community. [ashandchess.com]

Bébé Vaudou is a line of magical goods made by an Atlanta-based witch and sonic spell-caster named Brooklynn. Her handmade and hand-designed items feature vegan ingredients and are wrapped in eco-friendly packaging, and they’re made with the intention of bringing out the inner witch in all of us.  [bebevaudou.com]

BRUJAS is a line of products made by New York City-based collective Herban Cura, which evolved from the acknowledgement that the urban landscape can be taxing on our physical, emotional and spiritual wellness. Their products — made using herbs and ingredients from people who love the plants, animals, and land they care for — are created with the intention of maintaining balance within our urban environments. [herbancura.com]

Canvas & Cassette is a New York-based digital and print magazine that highlights art of all kinds: anything that is aesthetically beautiful, filled with drive, and encourages others to follow their own dreams. Editor and publisher Autumn Farina is dedicated to creating a supportive community that uplifts and provides resources to everyone, motivating readers to follow their passions and produce content that resonates with all who hope to be inspired. [canvasandcassette.com]

Cave Glow Studio is a family operation run by a small team in High Falls, NY. They work with responsibly-sourced beeswax and soy wax in small batches to create mindful, thoughtful, and affordable lighting products for the everyday home. [caveglowstudio.com]

Chani Nicholas is a Los Angeles–based New York Times bestselling author and astrologer with a community of over one million monthly readers. She has been a counseling astrologer for more than twenty years, guiding people to discover and live out their life’s purpose through understanding their birth chart. [chaninicholas.com]

Christi Johnson is a Sorceress of Stitch whose art combines cosmic visions and botanical beauties, a hypnotic dance of symbols stitched slowly and methodically into fabric. Her mission, as both an artist and a teacher, is to break through the lies we tell ourselves about our own creative capabilities so we can better access our abilities to transform. [mixedcolor.net]

Fat of the Land creates herbalist-formulated, seasonally-inspired provisions to support our bodies, our ecosystems, and our communities. Founded by community herbalist and gardener Anja Schwartz Rothe, Fat of the Land's herbal provisions are imbued with a deep belief that healing with plants can be profoundly pleasurable. [fatofthelandapothecary.com]

Hills & Holler is the love child of Austin, TX-based artists Brandon Patrick and Michael Wooldridge, who make goods for magical beings. Their aim is to pay homage to their queer elders, uphold intersectional-or-bust politics, and uplift those in their community who have done the WORK. [hillsandholler.com]

Jam Haw Herbals serves as a platform for herbal wellness and community, as well as an apothecary of handcrafted, clinically informed, creatively inspired, and ancestrally guided herbal medicine. Based in LA, founder Jamesa Hawthorne is a bi-racial Black, queer, & non binary femme who practices as a community and creative herbalist, participating in herbal mutual aid, markets, events, and teaching workshops. [jamhawherbals.com]

Kanso Designs aims to help their customers cultivate a state of mindfulness, starting with their homes. They offer meaningful and sustainable products — each with a specific history, place, and purpose — and repurpose agricultural byproducts and recycled plastics to transform unwanted materials into products with a functional purpose. [kansodesigns.co]

Kevin Jay Stanton is a freelance illustrator with a green thumb and penchant for creating more work than one person can handle. He spent his childhood playing a healthy dose of video games, as well as reading a ton of fairytales, mythology, and books on nature. Nowadays he does basically the same thing, but draws them too. His work includes the Botanica Tarot, a deck that that delves into the lore and mythology of the plant kingdom. [kevinjaystanton.com]

Leila + Olive is an art brand created by New York City-based illustrator, gardener, and designer Nicole Rallis. Since 2015, Rallis has devoted her enchantment with the union between nature and mystical transformation into building botanical-inspired works, from botanical tarot and oracle decks to limited-run illustrated prints. [leilaolive.com]

LightHaus is the magical business baby of Jessica LaVoie of Evolving Light and Erica Feldmann of HausWitch. Made by a coven of witches in Salem, MA, their line of natural home cleaners brings magic and intention into the home and into everyday life. [lighthausmagic.com]

Linzi Silverman is an intuitive energy healer, tarot reader, yoga teacher, meditation + intuitive mentor, and creator of The Intuitive Night Goddess Tarot and The Portent Tarot. She is a walker between the visible and hidden worlds, pulling back the veil in all of the work she does. [eyeofastro.com]

Luna Ruda is a small business owned and run by Hudson Valley-based Nadia Rodriguez, who is of Ecuadorian and Dominican ancestry. Luna Ruda focuses on selling responsibly sourced, fair trade items from South American artisans, including carefully selected textiles, accessories, and sacred Palo Santo gathered only from naturally fallen or dead trees. [lunaruda.com]

Mithras Candle was born in Philadelphia from a diverse range of sources, including art school, a countercultural upbringing, a passion for nature, and over a decade of exposure to connections between science, light, health, and mysticism at the Light Research Program of Jefferson University. Proprietor Ben looks to candle-making as a luminous mirror, reflecting his diverse interests in art, science, history and conservation. [mithrascandle.com]

Ms. Tea is a small batch apothecary created by Levi Leigh, a queer bioregional herbalist and visual creative residing on unceded Coast Miwok land. Levi crafts slow plant medicine with ethically-sourced ingredients from local farms and herb growers — including botanical elixirs, alcohol-free potions, small batch hydrosols, and topicals — to help folks reconnect with the deep magic of the land. [etsy.com/shop/msteabotanica]

Open Sea is a creative studio based in Brooklyn that specializes in fine stationery and paper goods. Established in 2015 by Melissa Constandse, Open Sea’s line is inspired by the occult, the Victorian era, and all manner of esoteric traditions, as well as naturalist art and the treasures of the plant and animal kingdom. Each piece is meticulously designed with purpose and intention, as a tribute to long lost traditions and to the beauty and wonder of the natural world. [openseadesignco.com]

Plantfolk Apothecary is a small batch apothecary run by Kate Clearlight, a plant lover, folk herbalist, herb gardener, medicine maker, botanical perfumer, flower essence practitioner, and devoted believer in the cosmic healing powers of our wild allies. With an approach to herbal medicine deeply interwoven with honoring the plant spirits, she crafts plant medicine as a bridge to help connect people with the healing magic of the green world. [plantfolkapothecary.com]

Sarah Faith Gottesdiener is an LA-based artist, designer, writer, teacher, and Tarot Reader. Her artwork and designs are based in the spiritual, feminist, and mystical, and she has been reading and studying various aspects of the Tarot for 12 years, viewing the Tarot as a beautiful visual map of our collective journey: where one is at, where one has been, and where one is going to be. Sarah also leads workshops on a variety of different metaphysical topics including Moonbeaming, Tarot, Intuition, Moon Money Magic, and more. [modernwomenprojects.com]

School of Life Design is a curriculum for accessing the Now, training attention and subverting social constructs. Combining the principles of design with elements of magick, meditation, and manifestation, School of Life Design makes interactive guides for harnessing the creative power of thought and emotion. [schooloflifedesign.com]

Shauna Cummins is a certified Clinical Hypnosis Practitioner with a private practice in New York, author of Wishcraft, holder of ceremonies, multi-disciplinary artist, and founder of Divine Feminine School of Hypnosis and MindMassageHotline. She developed the method of Wishcraft™, self-hypnosis that teaches the art of well-wishing as a practice for changing thought patterns and beliefs, turning wishes into action. [shaunacummins.com]

Small Spells is a multi-dimensional brand, joining healing and the arts. Based in LA, founder Rachel Howe provides inspiration and healing through private tarot readings and reiki sessions, regular astrology posts and channeled messages on Instagram, teaching workshops on tarot and accessing intuition, and her illustrations, which embrace mysticism while staying firmly rooted in the culture of modern design. [smallspells.com]

Snake Hair is an independent publisher of zines and multiples invested in dismantling the white supremacist cis het patriarchy, currently based on occupied Massachusett and Wampanoag land. They are PRO SLUT + ANTI COP, and dedicated to recognizing how those in power have used storytelling and reproducible media to control history, and how marginalized communities have used independent publishing to tell their own stories and fight back against oppressive systems. [snakehair.com]

Snakes For Hair is a line of altar candles and other ritual goods designed in the traditions of folk magic, astrology, and Tarot. A single hand-cut collage takes many months to complete before going into limited production in a small Brooklyn studio. When you select a candle, you are choosing a work of art and instrument of magic — and it's here to help you realize your mission as a self-creator. [snakesforhair.com]

Sow The Magic grew out of a deep love for mystic designs and a singular enchantment with Mother Nature. Whether intended for your own garden or to be given as the perfect gift, the seeds enclosed in Sow The Magic’s tarot-inspired packets are meant to inspire us to love our planet and grow together. [sowthemagic.com]

Species By The Thousands was founded in 2005 in Brooklyn, NY, inspired and informed by outsider worlds, the mysterious unknown, nature, and folk magic. Making positive energy-invoking apothecary products and accessories, their line is of goods is handmade in the Catskill Mountains. [speciesbythethousands.com]

Spellbound Herbals is an evolving project captivated by the power and magic of plant and human connections. It has been home to the work of community herbalist Brittany Ducham since its inception in 2014, and takes the form of clinical practice, gardening, mutual aid work, writing, teaching, design, and ancestral remembrance and remediation. [spellboundherbal.com]

Spirit Speak is the work of Mary Elizabeth Evans, who was born in Nashville, TN and was influenced early on by her environment. Dark and playful southern folk art and storytelling have become the bones of her work. In her practice, she honors craft as a form of expression that is accessible to many and can be used as a tool for self reflection. [spirit-speak.com]

The Hollow Valley began as an oracle deck in 2018, and has since grown into a magical supply company and community learning space for getting in touch with the magic we hold within ourselves and that which exists around us in likely and unlikely spaces. It’s about finding a sense of sureness in this wild uncertainty — for finding comfort in the unknown, and learning to caretake ourselves spiritually during difficult times using magical tools and goods in tandem with intuition and fearless exploration. [hollowvalley.com]

The Rainbow Vision was founded by Leela Hoehn in 2012 as a hobby while making and selling cards at craft fairs and online, and then it quickly became so much more. It is a paper goods and gift brand that honors the creative life, deeply inspired by artists, musicians, writers, philosophers, mystics, social activists, and anyone who is ready to pursue their artistic path. Through their spiritually inclined planners, journals, notebooks and more, they aim to create tools to keep folks inspired and organized while they pursue their uniquely creative journey. [therainbowvision.com]

Thyme Herbal was founded by Brittany Wood Nickerson (she/her), an herbalist, astrologer, author, educator, and kitchen enthusiast. Her approach emphasizes personal empowerment and evolution, healing personal and cultural narratives, holistic self-care, and intentional living. Her work includes intuitive astrological counseling, courses, and publications on a variety of topics related to nature-based cycles, lifeways, and personal and community transformation, as well as a series of herbal medicine posters made in collaboration with artist and illustrator Chelsea Granger. [thymeherbal.com]

Torches Ceremonials is a small business with a focus on channeled potions created with sustainably wildcrafted weeds and plants sourced from farmers in Western Carolina. Founder Brit Josa believes in cultivating a relationship with and a reverence for the plants used as medicine, as well as the people who used those plants and tended to the land before us. [torches-ceremonials.myshopify.com]

Wooden Spoon Herbs sprouted from an Appalachian mountain farmers’ market stall, descended from transcendentalists ideals, seeded in founder Lauren Haynes’ Tennessee kitchen and nourished on the teachings of herbalist hippies. Taking cues from the Earth, their organic herbal blends help boost immunity, energy, mood and more, and help us reconnect to nature. [woodenspoonherbs.com]

Worthwhile Paper handcrafts goods that bring happiness, cultivate deep relationships, and inspire uplifting energy. Their thoughtfully-crafted products are designed and handmade in Ypsilanti, Michigan using eco-friendly materials and processes. They aim to nourish our love for the Earth, foster the connections in our circle, and inspire the path of discovery within. [worthwhilepaper.com]

Yellow Owl Workshop was founded by Christine Schmidt and is made up of team of hard-working humans in a sunny Mission district studio. Notable for a sophisticated yet playful aesthetic, their product line is diverse, but features consistent themes of innovative function, original graphics, and bold colors. [yellowowlworkshop.com]