Deaf-owned businesses and American Sign Language (ASL) are spreading and becoming widely popular. There are many Deaf-owned business all over the country. Here are some Deaf business that you maybe probably heard of, but if not, you should definitely check them out!
By Mara – An iconic ILU designs on soft t-shirts, magnets, and stickers
Erry B. – Black Deaf-owned shop with apparel promoting positivity, social justice and equality
Girl and Creativity – Check out their tees, crews, and stickers
Language Priority – Check out their shop for ASL shirts, socks, and stickers to celebrate every occasion
Shop Daxa – Graphic tees and sweatshirts you need to make a statement
Sisters in Style – Everything from dresses and loungewear to accessories, and more
Tansey Limited – Fashion apparel
Creative Soul – Earrings
Deafinite Designs – Hand stamped jewelry and gifts
Earthworm Earrings – Earrings
Gorgeous Jupiter – Lava beads and preservation flower jewelry
Infinity Lantern Jewelry – Handmade earrings, necklaces, and more.
JillyBean Creates – Hand beaded earrings.
Nathalina Studio – Jewelry and home décor
RoseBYANDER Jewelry – ILY necklaces and charms
Health & Wellness
The Deaf Flower – Organic Syrups
Deafhood Yoga – Yoga classes
Deaf Soul Yoga – Virtual yoga classes
JeZoe for Happy Skin – Soaps and skincare items
Lilli Erin Yoga – Virtual yoga classes
Amelia K Hamilton – Austin local
Clare Cassidy Photography – Photographer
Jolaventures – Photography and Videography
Kelly Grace Photos – Pet Photoshoots
Cat Cassidy Photography – Self-proclaimed storyteller
Tate Tullier – Photography
Ultimux – Photography, interior designer, and cartoon designer
Art & Decor
58 Creativity – Graphic artist uses ASL to tell a story in their artwork
Alpine Florals – Pressed mountain flowers
Ash Marie Sha – Mixed-media artwork designs
Ask Amber – Home decor and customize masterpieces
Boriketien – Stickers
CraftsbyGio – Order luxury, customer-design tumbler cups, confetti, foil envelopes
Cynthia’s Creations and More – handcrafted gifts from ornaments to tea towels
Haha What – Black and white drawings and stickers
Isabel Lainez – Sign incorporated into bold portraits
Kali Doubledee – Mixed media paintings
Kiss Fist Stitch – Cross stitch art and personalized gifts
Ladder of Love – Rustic art made from reclaimed wood
Macramed – One-stop-shop for everything macrame
Raine Collective – Wide variety of homemade gifts and accessories
Selennn Art – Commissioned art on canvas or digital mediums
Viva Jess – Unique gifts wall art, stationery, and accessories
Woodstove Studios – Pyrography and mixed media
Bus Door Films – Know someone who’s been sitting on that screenplay just a little too long? Or someone who can’t get enough of deaf-created content? Send them over to Bus Door Films to get their fix
Day to Rejoice Weddings & Events – Need support with making your event extra special? Check out Day to Rejoice, a Black Deaf-owned event design business
Inka’s Screen Printing– Customer designs on different gifts and items
Mystic Starz – Get a reading from Mystic Starz Astrology and see what the future has in store
DeafBoss – “Vision at DeafBoss is to ‘create more millionaires in the Deaf community than anyone or any group in history'”
DeafFriendly – Website to find Deaf-friendly businesses
Communication Services for the Deaf – Provide services for the Deaf & hard of hearing community and businesses
DailyMoth – News is conveyed in ASL about political & Deaf news happening in the world
Deaf Newspaper LLC – News is conveyed in ASL about political & Deaf news happening in the world
Lisa has been deaf since a childhood bout of German measles; she created and has owned Denham’s Natural Skin Care Company and has been running it for over 20 years, supplying mom-and-pop outfits to hospitals and pharmaceutical companies. Her products, under various brands, are being sold on every platform and in every state within the U.S.
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I am own handmade polymer clay jewelry and custom design T-shirts. my business name is Key To My Creations.
I would like to support my local deft businesses. You do not show where these businesses are located. Could you ad at least the state; “Sam’s Creations – OR”
You should add paparazzi. Some consultants are deaf, hard of hearing and hearing.
No deaf barkey?
Please add my link to your website thank you.
You forgot to add Sign1News. There are restaurants like one in Austin. There are also many deaf social media groups in health, crafts, tax business, and clothing.
Hi! I hope your holiday treat you well! I am wondering Can you add my book to your website to support Deaf author as a business. Thank you! 😊
My book is From Rejection to Love
Hello, I was wondering how to get my business on this website as deaf owned business. I own a culinary company called Justin Ray Culinary. I do small events and gatherings at people home and will expand to meal prep. Future goals is to have a food truck then a restaurant and hopefully have several concepts.