- Great Wave Patch X - 2.5" x 2.5"
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Make waves with this fashion-forward Noso (no-sew) patch. Katsushika Hokusai's woodblock print - The Great Wave at Kanagawa, ca. 1831, from "A Series of Views of Mt. Fuji," is one of the most enduring images from this important era in Japanese art—and a highlight of our ArtFix collection.
Even though, she doesn’t have eye lashes or eye brows… she does have a room of her own at the Louvre. If you look closely, there are mountains in the background... was Mona a hiker? Or Skiier? Wonder what she’d look like with some pink highlights in her hair? Mona, baby!
- Mona Lisa - 2.5” x 2.5”
Are you a queen? Hey dolls this is Penny, the Corgi. Her Dad is Max Martin a professional skiier born and raised in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Penny is so CUTE, so we had to make her into a patch so you could slap on your sleeve, back pack, sleeping bag, ski jacket, tent & more. Rock these adorbs puppy patches all over town - oh, and don't forget to pick up your dog poop - we don't want that leaching into the water ways. Thanks to all the poop fairies out there!! Follow @pennypupthecorgi on the Gram!
- 3" ear to ear x 2" head
Out of stockYou will be shining brighter than the stars once you buy this patch!
- 2.5" x 2.5"
You can't make everyone happy, you're not an avocado. But you can wear one! We've had a ton of emails requesting avocados, get them while they last! Limited Edition.
- Avocado Patch -2.5" x 3.5"
Over 2 million people pledged to raid area 51 later this year to "see them aliens." That was before facebook had to actually take down the page. Don't worry, you don't have to go to area 51 to see aliens, you can wear these incredible invader patches to see some awesome looking aliens!
- 2.5" x 3.5"
You will be exploding with joy after you buy this patch!
- 2" x 3.5"
Out of stockThis gear repair patch is part of our ArtFix series. Created from original artwork by artist Katherine Homes, wear this limited edition patch to show your support for threatened animal species all around the world. The Green Sea Turtle is a stunning reptile that can grow up to 5 feet in length and 700 lbs. Its shell is in fact many shades of olives and browns and its skin green. The World Wildlife Federation states that human activities have tipped the scales against the survival of these ancient mariners. Nearly all species of sea turtle are classified as Endangered. Slaughtered for their eggs, meat, skin and shells, sea turtles suffer from poaching and over-exploitation. They also face habitat destruction and accidental capture in fishing gear. Climate change has an impact on turtle nesting sites. It alters sand temperatures, which then affects the sex of hatchlings. A portion of the sales of the Noso ArtFix Green Sea Turtle patch will benefit XXXX.
- Green Sea Turtle - 4" x 2.25"
This gear repair patch is part of our ArtFix series. Created from original artwork by artist Katherine Homes, wear this limited edition patch to show your support for threatened animal species all around the world. This abundant bird is usually found in developed areas with human populations. Because of this, they are sometimes seen as an early detector of an environmental concern or overuse of pesticides. While abundant, the biggest threats to the Eastern Bluebird are increased pesticide use along with agriculture and housing developments in forests and meadows where the birds nest.
- Eastern Bluebird – 3.25″ x 2.75″
This gear repair patch is part of our ArtFix series. Created from original artwork by artist Katherine Homes, wear this patch to show your support for threatened animal species all around the world. This species was once widespread from the Arkansas River to the Platte, but now occupies less than 1% of its historical river range. It is currently listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Mining in the native river basins lead to sediment and toxic runoff water has led to the decline, along with overfishing and water diversion for agriculture.
- Colorado Greenback Cutthroat Trout – 4″ x 2.25"
This gear repair patch is part of our ArtFix series. Created from original artwork by artist Katherine Homes, wear this limited edition patch to show your support for threatened animal species all around the world. The North Atlantic Right Whale is sadly one of the world’s most endangered whales. It was common along the Eastern seaboard until it was hunted to near extinction in the mid- 1700’s. Even though this whale is no longer pursued for its oil, meat and bones, the whale continues to be the victim of ship strikes and entanglement in fishing gear, which can result in protracted, painful deaths. Many organizations fear the Right Whale may be extinct by the year 2040.
- North Atlantic Right Whale – 3.75″ x 3″
Every year, we look for artists to be featured in our ArtFix series. This year’s feature is artist Kasey Jones. Jones uses her artistic voice as a means for social and environmental justice. Her work instigates a dialogue that forces her viewers to confront issues that are typically hard to talk about. Her current work focuses on microplasctics in the ocean, and the injustices she has faced through her experiences of being a woman and mother in contemporary society. Kasey’s work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Scary Mommy and Cosmopolitan Magazine. You can see her solo exhibitions every summer at the National Aquarium, in Baltimore Maryland. To learn more about Kasey Jones visit www.kaseyjonesart.com and follow her on Instagram @kaseyjones_art
- 3.25" x 2.5"