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New Products Launching April 20th

Liz Miller

New Products Launching April 20th

Last Friday, the 13th, marked six months since our online store launched and I’m so excited to be launching an all new series of patterns and products this Friday! This collection is special to me because it’s the first collection Alex and I have collaboratively designed; we’re calling it the Mountain Fauna Collection. Each skull in every pattern was hand drawn by him, which I then took and digitized, and we both came together to figure out how they all worked together. (Many beers and cups of tea were shared during this process, so shout outs to Burial Beer, Tasty’s,...


Have You Seen Our New Website?

Liz Miller

Have You Seen Our New Website?
When we first designed our online store we were looking around at other websites and trying to be like them. Recently we realized we don’t have to be like anyone else - just like how you stand out in a crowd when you wear Vulture Gear. So we changed everything

How I Cut My Phone Time in Half

Liz Miller

Tags mindfulness, phone, phone screen

How I Cut My Phone Time in Half
This year I realized I had a problem. I willingly carried this problem everywhere with me every day, and I’ve done so since high school. This problem? My phone.

Recap: Our First Art Market

Liz Miller

Recap: Our First Art Market

Over a year ago Alex and I went to Burial Beer Co., a local Asheville brewery, for the first time. It happened to randomly be a Moonlit Market that night. As we enjoyed our beers we admired all the tables were filled with arts and crafts vendors. Starting Vulture Gear was already an idea (it had been my senior thesis but was on the back burner as we settled into our new city) and we mused about how neat it would be to be part of a local art market like this. This year we started working on our big dream in...


What You Know About Happiness is Completely Wrong

What You Know About Happiness is Completely Wrong

We’ve been taught how to be happy completely incorrectly. Many believe that happiness comes when something happens to you, like you get the job you’ve been searching for, or you complete that big project you’ve been working on; you equate success with happiness. Which is somewhat true, just in reverse. Let me explain. When we succeed at something, we don’t actually feel that much happier. Usually we just think, “Okay, what’s next?” Side-note here that a quick fix would be creating a habit of choosing to celebrate your success before even having that thought BUT what I’m here to discuss...

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