The 1491’s are a Native American sketch comedy group on Youtube they have managed to bring in over 25,000 subscribers and have millions of views. They are hilarious and many native’s understand that we love to laugh at ourselves and many other native tribes have in common. They continue to heal those people through laughing and to speak out on Native American issues by going on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart …READ THE REST HERE!!!
Bethany Yellowtail is a Crow/ Northern Cheyenne designer from Montana. She has found her calling in designing and the fashion industry have certainly notice her talent. She has worked with Nike and BCBG to name a few have seen the creative future of this young talented lady. An inspirational women who has a whole life ahead of her. She continues to represent Native Americans and to thousands of young women who aspire to become like her.
These pieces can be purchased on Beyond Buckskin’s shop: http://shop.beyondbuckskin.com/
It was an honor to contribute to Native Max Magazine’s Gentlemen’s Issue. I created the Weekender Look that consisted of a casual clothing for the weekend. It was inspired on my trip to a locally owned coffee shop in Tempe, AZ. Also a great designer Sho Sho Esquiro’s Chief Bull Head shirt.
Talking about Native American issues, Here’s a link to watch the MTV’s Rebel Music: Native America full episode on Facebook. You can also catch the trailer here. The video premieres Frank Waln, Nataanii Means, Mike “Witko” Clifford, and Inez Jasper. Enjoy it! 🙂
MTV’s Rebel Music: Native America trailer on Youtube
You can watch the full episode on Facebook at this link:
Hi, some of you may know A Tribe Called Red by now. They have been on tour in Europe and the US. They have become huge now after being exposed by Diplo and Angel Haze. I remember when they did a show in Tempe at the Sail Inn and there weren’t many people, but now they’re selling out shows like you won’t believe and playing the at huge festivals. It’s unbelievable!!! They’re helping representing natives now and young artists like Nataanii Means, Frank Waln, Mike “Witko” Clifford, Supaman and Inez Jasper. Native American issues are being addressed as well and they’re helping spread the news, which is great.