Why Dye Sublimation?
Dye Sublimation is a printing process that uses heat to transfer images into the fabric. Hats are then made using a "cut & sew" technique, creating a distinct, all over print that retains the spirit of the original oil painting.
These hats are ready for anything as the image won't crack or fade. Throw one in your pack, wear it on a hike, (or paddle!) and enjoy a little original art with your adventures. Below are the original paintings that inspired my hats.
Mariner Park Sunset, Homer Alaska
I took a photo of an amazing spring sunset while walking with our dog Gertie on the beach. My original oil painting looks towards Bishops' Beach and the wild ocean landscape of Homer. Available as a trucker hat and a beanie.
Sleeping Lady over Anchorage
Inspired by a photo a friend took while flying in a small plane piloted by her husband, my original oil painting depicts Sleeping Lady, also known as Mt. Susitna, over the Anchorage skyline. Available as a trucker hat.