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Associated with the contemporary Pop Art movement, acclaimed NYC artist Dana Louise Kirkpatrick’s work is collected by the likes of Cindy Crawford, Anthony Kiedis, and Alison Mosshart of The Kills (pictured below.)

Photo by Sami Drasin

Incorporating everything from pop culture to sex, religion, and boxing into her work, Kirkpatrick is known for using mixed materials, especially leather jackets, to create impactful artwork.

In her most recent collaboration with Surfers Healing, a 20 year non-profit organization that teaches children with autism to surf, she references the iconic Bugs Bunny character using a text that’s similar in style to Pop Art aster, Basquiat.

This limited edition “HIT PARADE” T-shirt and hooded sweatshirt is available now with your tax-deductible donation to Surfer’s Healing (while supplies last.) How rad!

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