Montreal Brand Debuts New Line with Minneapolis Artist Noah Harmon


Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "So What" tote bag

Courtesy Stay Home Club

Local artist Noah Harmon is known for his idiosyncratic, hopeful-meets-depressive drawings featuring a rotating cast of characters juxtaposed with darkly funny phrases. Now you can wear his art on your sleeve, literally. Today, Montreal-based company Stay Home Club, which specializes in artist-designed products released in limited-edition runs, debuted a new collaborative line from the Minneapolis artist. The new line includes chic t-shirts, a print, a tote, and buttons bearing Harmon's illustrations and phrases such as “battle your fears,” “sometimes nothing happens,” and “I hate Mondays.”

Now available,

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Battle Your Fears" loose tee, $35 @

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Problems" print, $15 @

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Pizza Monster" t-shirt, $25 @

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Mondays" big pin, $3 @

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Battle Your Fears" loose tee, $35 @

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Sometimes Nothing Happens" big pin, $3 @

Noah Harmon x Stay Home Club "Why Me" loose tee, $35 @

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