LET'S DO GOODS
Bankhoppen in Leeuwarden
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Let's do Goods socks are designed by artists with lived experience in the field of homelessness, addiction or psychiatry. They are also called outsider artists. Let's do Goods gives them a stage for their story and work on their socks.
On top of this, a pair of socks is donated to peoples in need for every pair of socks sold, in collaboration with The Salvation Army, Quiet, Food Banks and local partners.
Discover the artist Miek Knook:
Miek became homeless at the age of 19 due to an unsafe home situation. She stayed with friends and acquaintances, she was a "bank hopper" as it is called. At school she walked around with a large shopper bag. She told classmates that she had stayed over or was going to do something fun over the weekend. In reality, her entire house was in that bag. Bank hopping is therefore the theme of the sock she designed for Let's do Goods.
Miek now lives in her own home again and works at The Living Museum in Leeuwarden. Here she developed herself further as an artist of portraits and surrealistic paintings.
This artwork is made of: 95% Cotton, 3% Polyester, 2% Elastane / Size: 36-40