``Knowing that pieces of me are scattered amongst the country is so beautiful. The only thing better than that, is inspiring others to pick up a paintbrush and express themselves.``
- Sabrina Kaylor
I am deeply inspired by strong artists and thinkers and part of my drive is to help other creatives trust in their full potential. That is the true motivation behind everything I design; I want you to feel inspired. I want to make beautiful objects that remind you of your own magic!
We started in 2014 when our founder, Nathan Martin, had a cheap bag break on him right before a family trip. When he set out to find the perfect replacement, he couldn’t find anything American-made that fit his criteria for durability. When he couldn’t find what he wanted, he decided to make his own.
At Go Forth Goods we're doing our part to bring back the tradition of durable and classic American-made goods. We make leather bags and wallets like the ones our grandparents used--lovingly crafted pieces that you love to use and can pass on to the next generation. For this reason, our designs are crafted for simplicity and functionality, with elements inspired by leather goods from the 19th century.
I’ve been drawing for over 20 years and have been drawing as my full-time career for over 5 years. My core belief is that art is good and we should all make more of it. Might Could is here to uplift and challenge artists in the exploration and evolution of our unique artistic styles and voices.
Tannery South Leather Co. is about working hard and playing hard, having fun, and the simple things that make you happy. I strive for straight lines, memorable personal touches, and amazing customer service. My goal is passionate customers for life, nothing less.
I started painting in 2012 on a whim when I was looking for a piece of art with a particular message but couldn't find it. I decided I'd make it myself.
My favorite canvas is wood and I usually paint with 1-shot enamel, but occasionally I use acrylic paint or spray paint as well.
Hands, hearts & eyes are recurring themes in my work. I'm heavily influenced by traditional sign painting and folk art. Two of my favorite artists are Margaret Kilgallen and Howard Finster.
Ashley is passionate about the entire process of creating: from the first spark of an idea to the intricate process of making it come to life. She is exhausted with the pursuit to make every skill marketable: she is fully engaged in exploring The Inefficient Life.
The Stranded Sheep was born from a desire to do something with my hands. After many years of soul searching, knitting stuck like glue and evolved into a love of fiber, a spinning wheel, an old floor loom and learning to naturally dye with ingredients I can grow. And don’t forget farming. I have big dreams of owning a farm where early mornings are quiet, good food is plentiful and sheep are prevalent.
The fiber used to develop my products, both handspun and woven, is sourced from local farms with ethical standards.
I love working with my local fiber farmer, Tina, of Dry Creek Naturals in Taylorsville, Georgia. Her sheep have been bred to withstand the Georgia heat and make beautiful fleeces that turn into gorgeous yarn.