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Donate $15 to Get This Patch & Support Mental Health Causes

Donate $15 to Get This Patch & Support Mental Health Causes

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Donate $15 to Get This Patch & Support Mental Health Causes

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By purchasing this patch, you are helping Propeller's Bloom campaign reach more people. Bloom is a collection of actions and organizations focused on mental health and personal transformation that ranges from completing an online crisis training course to discovering the teachings of Ram Dass. Learn more.

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Patch is approximately 2.5 x 4 inches.

Note: Please allow up to 4 weeks to receive your item. US-orders only. Item does not ship internationally.


Bloom artwork created by Zoë Cain:

"This piece is a depiction of my own internal psychological landscape. It is a colorful, busy, and often overwhelming place. In much of my work, I illustrate neurotic monsters and creatures to give faces to some of my "inner demons" and the mental health struggles I face — PTSD, anxiety, depression, panic disorder, etc. Here these creatures are made to look silly, scared, or playful to understand and empathize with those parts of myself rather than to demonize them. When I view these parts of myself as frightened, childlike, or protective, I can more wholly love and accept them. As an artist, I try to provide visibility for people living with mental illness and share what I've learned through my own experiences." -Zoë Cain

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