@armah.art x dickies blank canvas

Nii-Armah Hammond Hamburg, Germany

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Eisenhower Jacket by @armah.art

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A blank canvas for the hopes and dreams of countless makers, the iconic Eisenhower jacket is individually adorned with meticulously handwritten messages. Each phrase is unique to each garment, but the rhythmically repeated language contains the words FREE, LIFE, and TIME in many combinations. To celebrate the hundred years of Dickies design and support for makers, the words "1922 time flight 2022" appear within the design on every jacket. "It’s the connection to nature. How you see and feel yourself on the planet and in the universe. In this case, I thought of ‘air’ and flying, because of the history of the jacket," says Maker Nii-Armah Hammond. Every exterior surface—back, front, collar, sleeves—is handwritten, and the interior insulated lining is blank in contrast.


  • LIMITED EDITION!
  • "1922 time flight 2022" message pays tribute to Dickies history with the maker community
  • Each individually hand-lettered garment is unique, with individual words including LIFE, TIME, and FREE
  • Fully insulated lining
  • Front welt pockets; pencil pocket on sleeve
  • Zip front with durable brass zipper
  • Adjustable tabs at waistband
  • Shell: Twill, Polyester/Cotton; Lining: Taffeta, Quilted Nylon
  • Hand wash cold water. Do not dry clean. Do not bleach. Do not iron. Lay flat to dry.

    About Armah

    Long before he ever painted a piece of clothing, Armah used concrete as his canvas of choice. As a graffiti and street artist at 12 years old, he began a passion that would eventually turn into a profession. “My process is very dynamic and rhythmic,” he says. “I like it simple and raw. My pieces follow the rhythm of life, movement, and nature because I grew up in nature, and this is where most of my inspiration comes from.”