My Climate Change Protest Jacket

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When protesting for climate change reform, it doesn't hurt to also look awesome. Matt Hunyh gave this rain jacket a makeover in his New Jersey studio that's upstairs in a barn, which feels like a cool fact to note here in this website blurb.

  • Matt used the trifecta of fabric paint, spray paint, and paint markers 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 sourced secondhand, so you might find a small imperfection or spot, which could double as a certificate of its sustainability. We hear high-fashion brands do that kind of thing, but we’re an oatmilk brand, so what do we know?
  • The artist was paid for their time and energy to create this amazing design.
  • Unless you have the ability to traverse different universes, like most movies nowadays, this jacket is the only jacket like it in existence. And even if you do have the ability to traverse different universes, you should probably use that ability to save the world or something more important than buying this one-of-a-kind jacket. The good news is that you can add it to your cart right now and this whole universe thing can just remain speculation from a very long bullet point.
  • This jacket collection was hand-painted by artists all around the world. To keep yours in pristine condition, it’s best to treat it as wearable art and avoid getting it too wet.
Meet the artist Matt Huynh
Artist Matt Huynh is a lifelong vegetarian from Sydney, Australia, who lived in New York for a decade and has since settled in a New Jersey barn with a studio upstairs. His music taste is a combination of old man music and “sad girl starter pack,” which is a combination that sounds almost as unique and cool as his art, since each of his pieces is completely freeform and changes depending on how he and his ink are feeling that day. Matt believes sustainable living and secondhand shopping give us a greater appreciation for the life of objects. When he’s not upcycling vintage finds or trying out new podcasts, you can find him chomping on his favorite snack (clementines) or watching the movie "Happy Hour", which is a misleading title as it’s actually five hours long.
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