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$200.00
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This raincoat grew up in the epicenter of fashion: Bend, Oregon. It then retired and got this new ’do under the care of the amazing artist Joshua Noom. 

  • Joshua used fabric paint for this design.
  • 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 scratch here or a spot there, which you are welcome to make up a cool story about what happened and sound really impressive to your friends. We won’t tell.
  • The artist was paid for their time and energy to create this amazing design.
  • There is only one of these in existence so the chances of it selling out are really high, which sounds like a high-pressure sales technique, but it’s really just a bullet point trying to be helpful.
  • This jacket is waterproof, but to keep the art in tip-top shape, we recommend treating it as wearable art and not getting it too wet.
Meet the artist Joshua Noom
Maybe you’ve heard that if you play ’00s pop punk music really loudly, the artist Joshua Noom appears with some fabric paint to decorate your jackets into the coolest upcycled pieces you’ve ever laid eyes on. Okay, the appearing part is probably not a real thing, but the rest isn’t a huge reach: Australia-born-turned-Southwest-Floridan Joshua Noom loves upcycling clothing with his arsenal of fabric paints—not just because it’s sustainable and good for the earth—but also because creative constraints inspire him to make truly unique items. When he’s not upcycling cool clothing or eating grapes or petting his dogs Scout and Emmett, you can find him and his wife watching "Survivor", or waiting for the next "Survivor" season because they have already watched all the old ones. Considering there are 43 seasons of "Survivor", this is almost as impressive as actually participating in "Survivor". Almost.
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