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London mural artist James Straffon has customised two jackets for us with a stunning seahorse stencil, which has been adapted it for each jacket and finished off with hand-painting.


1) Dark blue herringbone twill German jacket in a worn condition. L/XL size

Pit to pit: 24.5" / back length: 29"


2) Bright blue Adolphe Lafont unworn jacket. XL size.

Pit to pit: 26.5" / back length: 31"


Washing instructions: delicate cycle & low temperature.

James Straffon takes his love of the natural world out onto the streets of London, spray painting an ever expanding urban menagerie, featuring leaping lemurs from Madagascar, endangered turtles from Turkey, and brightly-decorated Indian elephants.

The plight of animals across the globe is an ever present undercurrent in his work, exemplified by the brace of seahorses he has created for these jackets, as a means to highlight World Oceans Day 2022, and its theme of "Revitalisation: collective action for the ocean". The French word for seahorse is hippocampe, which is a derivation of the latin word hippocampus - a major component of the human brain, that concerns the region primarily associated with memory.


We should all remember to nurture and protect ocean life. As we all have a seahorse inside us.

Seahorses by James Straffon

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