NYC STREET ARTIST HELPS GET OUT THE VOTE!

NYC - You usually find Patrick-Earl Barnes with his Fashion Folk art pieces down in Soho on Broome Street, talking with the famous and regular folks, tourists and locals about art, fashion, and politics.

 Patrick-Earl Barnes and his Art of Fashion Folk on Broome Street in New York City.

Patrick-Earl Barnes and his Art of Fashion Folk on Broome Street in New York City.

This year Patrick-Earl is so eager to help get out the vote that he created Clarence, one of his unique and unusual Art of Fashion Folk, to take President Obama's exhortation - "Don't Boo. Vote." - to the people. Patrick-Earl teamed up with Terry Gibralter/House of Terrance to create a Clarence T-Shirt in 7 sizes and a weather resistant Tote - both designed to help get out the vote in style. 

Clarence T-Shirts and Totes are available HERE.

  Clarence   and his T-shirt and Tote, to help get out the vote.

Clarence  and his T-shirt and Tote, to help get out the vote.

References: 

Patrick-Earl's work appears in the brand new Netflix show "The Get Down" 

His collectors include Whoopi Goldberg and Malcolm Gladwell as noted in THIS ARTICLE.

For more info, please contact us HERE.

Robert Gibralter