|Title||Unisex shirt made from sack cloth; produced as part of the Hobo Haute clothing line, no date, ca. 1977.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Juan 'Beacon' Melendez.|
Unisex shirt made from sack cloth; produced as part of the Hobo Haute clothing line by Don Cotter and associates, Hoboken, no date, circa 1977. Ca. 30" long; no labels or size indicated.
The clothing line was founded by Cotter and people associated with The Other Side, a non-profit arts cooperative in Hoboken. It was made by Hoboken seamstresses from used flour and other sacks. The example here shows sacks printed for different products used front and back.
|Year Range from||1977|
|Year Range to||1978|
Business & Commerce