Natalie Davis
Posted on April 15, 2014 by Natalie Davis on Canoe, life, press

Conversations about Design

Recently I sat down with Clementine Daily to chat about design, life, and my role as an assistant professor. In addition to Canoe, I also teach communication design at Texas State University. Erin Anacker and I had a great conversation on her podcast “Behind the Fold” about teaching and typography. You can listen to that […]

Posted on January 20, 2014 by Natalie Davis on life, travel, workshop

2014

We’re a little late, but welcome to 2014. It has started with our head buried in work, and looks like we’ll continue on that trend. This year, however, we’re breaking old habits and forming new ones, like actually going outside more (!!) instead of staying in the studio. I joined the YMCA at the end […]

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Posted on December 6, 2013 by Natalie Davis on Canoe, collaborations, leather, press, products

Madesmith

Last month I met up with the talented Madesmith team while visiting Brooklyn and we had a great time chatting about work, life, and the American-made movement. Today, Canoe launches as a featured artisan on their shop, which I’m thrilled about. I’ve been watching Madesmith since they first started and have loved reading their interviews […]

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Posted on November 1, 2013 by Natalie Davis on Austin, Canoe, events, Feliz

FELIZ 2013

photo by Triple Max Tons FELIZ is back and happening this weekend in Austin! I am so excited for this year’s new line up, including such talent like Tiro Tiro, Fail, Hey Murphy, Alyson Fox, Proud Mary, and so many more. I started FELIZ last year with my friend Abby Powell Thompson, and it’s grown […]

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Posted on August 26, 2013 by Natalie Davis on business, Canoe, life, musings

Building a business

I’ve been thinking a lot this summer about growth and how to build a solid foundation for Canoe. There have been countless conversations with successful business owners across the US, listening A LOT, asking questions, and feeling out my own conclusions. I have had a winding path to get where I am today, which I’m […]

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