Zeke Lunder grew up in the woods, and has always loved maps and steel. Erika Dietrich Lunder learned to sew and make clothes from her grandmother, and has worked as a clothing designer, bag maker, social worker, and publisher.

Zeeko Salvage formed when we fell in love and began sewing purses and totes made from feed sacks and mylar-printed Hindu comics. We worked with fire hose, military surplus, inner tube, tweed, and leather, and just about anything else that can fit thru an industrial sewing machine. Lately our late-night sewing time is become dedicated to sleeping, and our focus has shifted to blacksmithing, toolmaking, and publishing.

We work with found materials of all kinds to create heirloom goods that will last for a long time. If you have something that is broken, we can probably fix it.


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