Kate Sutton's Little Otsu Recycled Cards

Otsu is a Japanese word meaning "strange; quaint; stylish; chic; spicy; witty; tasty; romantic." At its storefront in San Francisco's Mission District, and online, the Otsu store offers a quirky array of fairly-made, eco-friendly (and not-so-eco-friendly) animal product substitutes. (You may remember our featuring the controversial Necknoosh last fall.) The Little Otsu Print Products represent a collaboration between Otsu and artists and designers to create: "outstanding useful print products [...] that are valued for their artistry, functionality, and use of recycled and alternative materials." We like their, well, otsu choices a lot. If you would like to find out how to submit ideas, take a look here. You can snag Kate Sutton cards here. :: Otsu

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