OXDX is a fashion label that specializes in digital art, cut'n'sew apparel, and collaborations as an ongoing project to bring Indigenous stories to the forefront. OXDX was founded by artist, Jared Kee Yazzie, a DIné self-taught graphic designer and print maker. Yazzie has been producing fashion design since 2009 and now operates a workshop and storefront with partner Allie Stone in Tempe, Arizona.
Allie is a textile artist and weaver who acts as OXDX's head seamstress and business manager. Allie's contribution to the brand since 2018 has been the driving force to OXDX's most recent successes, which include features in Vogue, USA Today, the Huffington Post, WWD, Salon, and HighSnobiety.
OXDX is an acronym for the word "overdose", which Yazzie uses to describe the state of the world and how it relates to the Native experience. It's a statement to check your consumption, question your contribution to land and water, and to think back on ancestral teachings.
OXDX offers custom graphic design services including logo design, poster/tshirt graphics, and branding. Along with design, OXDX screen prints all their products in-house and offers screen printing services to anyone that needs it. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.