Climate Change Is Real. Sometimes Rain Jackets State The Obvious.

$200.00
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This extremely shiny and extremely red rain jacket got its start in Canada and recently made the move to Brooklyn-based Jen Mussari's studio where she lettered and illustrated the custom and completely original design on it.

  • Jen used glossy enamel and traditional sign painters’ techniques on this piece.
  • All proceeds from this purchase go to support the incredible programs for young women and gender-expansive youth at The Lower Eastside Girls Club, which includes all kinds of classes from environmental justice to sewing to organic gardening.
  • This jacket was previously owned, so you might find some small imperfections or spots, which just adds to its one-of-a-kind couture vibe.
  • The artist was paid for their time and energy to create this amazing design.
  • This jacket is extremely limited edition in that it is limited to one in existence, so if this design catches your eye and you could see yourself wearing it, you should probably add it to your cart now, because someone else may be reading this same bullet point at this very moment and also seeing themselves wearing it.
  • Although this jacket is technically waterproof, to keep the artwork looking new and colorful and amazing, avoid getting it too wet.
Meet the artist Jen Mussari
Brooklyn has been a more creative place ever since Jen Mussari moved there from Philadelphia. Her studio in Carroll Gardens is filled to the brim with plants, velvet furniture and a Steely Dan discography, which is nice enough, but what really makes the place special is her studio mates Aimee Sicuro and Lulu Krause, who kindly provide illustrative inspo. Jen isn’t just passionate about sustainability, she’s also an artist of culture, which is a very artsy and cool way of saying she loves British reality TV like "Love Island". Oh, and she also has not had a hot dog in almost 20 years, which is even more impressive when you realize she is a vegetarian and hasn’t had any meat at all in almost 20 years. Or less impressive, depending on your stance on hot dogs.
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