Upcycled sails, stories that live on

In 2013, an internationally ranked competitive yachtsman from Athens, Stratis Andreadis, was teaching a sailing seminar on the island of Corfu when two of his students gave him a bag that they had made from a used sail. It was an old apprentice sailmaker’s trick to use decommissioned sailcloth to practice sewing on what was otherwise a useless material. After class, over a few drinks, the sailors had a moment of inspiration and came up with a business plan: give old, weathered sails a new and stylish life...Read more about the story behind Salty Bag



I grew up in Austin, Texas where I was first introduced to the colors of Mexican interiors and spent my summers in Greece where my yiayia taught me the holy trinity of Greek cooking: lemons, olive oil, and salt. After studying photography and environmental policy at Sewanee: The University of the South I earned my B.A. in 2009 and moved to Washington, DC to work on political and public advocacy campaigns for The Nature Conservancy where I learned about message development, strategic planning, and feasibility research. In 2014, after the birth of my daughter and in an effort to strengthen my Greek ties and resurrect my photography I launched an e-shop called, ANGELIKI, where I share my hand-picked selection of my favorite Greek designs.

My love for fonts, film, and finesse has always remained true throughout this journey. Today, I live in Atlanta, Georgia and and work full-time as a mother, photographer, website publisher and shop curator