The Paper Rain Project
You might ask what organic art clothing, skateboard art and recycled timbers have in common. I guess we’re the common thread. The Paper Rain Project came about from a want to do things differently, at a high-quality and without costing the Earth. We wanted to truly give back through the process of our making, to give on with our profits and to generally do good.
Why wood? We love the feel and that it already has a story. T-shirts? Another great canvas for expression. So came about our range of fair trade, organic Cause clothing, skateboard artworks and longboards made from recycled or locally sourced sustainable timber.
Want to learn more? Read more about our story HERE.
Image: Common Good, Kolkata Four years ago, we stumbled across Freeset. This came about through our search for the blank canvas from which we would develop our range - the organic cotton t-shirts that have since showcased the artwork of many guest artists. Many of us don't think about who made the...
1414 Days of FREEDOM
In the last 4 years we have created 1414 days of Freedom (through fair trade employment).
We believe that fair trade & organic is just the way things should be. We are proud to work with a Kiwi owned business which exists specifically to provide freedom for women from the sex trade, women who were forced into prostitution by trafficking or poverty. Printing on these high-quality & ethical garments, we produce our apparel as limited edition artworks but also provide freedom through employment opportunity for women who would otherwise have no choice. Read more here.
Thank you for your support! Browse t-shirts that support freedom here.
A JUST CAUSE
Art Goods for Good Causes
For 2017/18 (and ever more), we are ramping up our push to support social and environmental 'Causes'. We believe in business that exists for good, giving back partial profits to support causes we truly believe in.
Read more on why we do what we do here.
Causes supported through our project include Satisfy Food Rescue, Kaipupu Wildlife Sanctuary, Project Jonah, Conservation Kids NZ, Sustainable Coastlines, Working Waters Trust, DOC's Kaki Stilt protection, Kakapo Recovery Trust, Live More Awesome, Para Wetlands and more.