Brass pins with bright enamel faces originally designed for Rico's tiny stickers on his Patreon. Comes with rubber backs that are less abrasive on the skin, and individually wrapped in plastic to protect the surface.
- Thunderbird – 1”. Silver chrome finish. Rico made this design for his fiancée. It represents the clan she was adopted by and his father’s clan, the Shangukeidí.
- Dragonfly – 1”. Gold finish. In 1995, the kids and teachers of Auntie Mary Nicoli Elementary School in Aniak campaigned to name the Four Spot Skimmer Alaska's state insect. In turn, Rico's own auntie Edith requested this design for Rico's tiny stickers.
- Halibut Hook – 1”. Black chrome finish. According to legends, the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian acquired the wooden halibut hook back in the days when people were able to communicate with animals. Its design allowed for the conservation and sustainability of the halibut population because only the larger harvestable halibut could bite! Ironically, this ancient technology was finally recognized in 2018 as an “innovation” by the Alaska State Committee for Research Alaska Innovators Hall of Fame.
- Beaded Flower - 1”. Black chrome finish. Designed with a floral Athabascan style beading look.
- Eagle – 0.75”. Gold finish. Tlingit society is a Matriarchal society divided into two halves: Eagles and Ravens.
- Fish Strips – 0.75”. Black chrome finish. Yum.
- Jarred Salmon – 0.75”. Black chrome finish.
- Raven – 0.75”. Silver chrome finish. Tlingit society is a Matriarchal society divided into two halves: Eagles and Ravens.
- Seal Oil – 0.75”. Silver chrome finish. Yum.
- Trickster Logo – 0.75”. Silver chrome finish.