DARK SIDE RAINDROP TRENCH
Salvaged from a rare cold-war czech camo. These coats were originally manufactured in the mid-70s. Cotton blend
The front breast graphic sits as a phat 9.5x4” color block . The text reads “the dark side of tomorrow” and was found-type scanned from a 70s lo-budget horror.
The interior print is from “New Babylon” - a anti-capitalist city designed by in the mid-60s by visual artist Constant Nieuwnhuys. “A New Babylon - a provocative name, was to be the figure of good that took the name of the cursed city and transformed itself into the city of the future."
Printed on the back is the Matériel Eyeworks graphic.