"The Street Rose" Set


Unsung Heroes of the Street

During the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960’s, "Street Medics" originated. These street medics weaved in and out of danger, tending to the wounds and ailments of protestors – many of which are still protesting within the same struggle we still see playing out today.

In Honor of the selflessness and courage of all the Street Medics, today and throughout history, we created a collection to share their story - "The Street Rose”.

About the design

“No Man’s Land” was known throughout WWI and WWII as the desolate area between opposing trenches. The design is inspired by traditional tattoo influences and “The Rose” symbolizes the Red Cross nurses who tended to the wounded soldiers, risking their lives in No Man's Land to attend to those in the fight. The collection name "The Street Rose" also serves as double meaning describing the environment Street Medics work in. Change comes from the street and the roses are comfort. One is black one is white for black as we're allies – in this together. 

About the collection

"The Street Rose" collection is 2 pins and 2 stickers for $25.  One Sticker and one pin for each design. All profits donated to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the ACLU.

The collection is in production will be shipping early July. Limited run of 100 orders. Buying today is a pre-order that guarantees you get one.

  • 2mm thick - 1.5in. tall
  • 2 x Black rubber clutch for secure hold
  • Soft enamel front, black dye metal finish
  • Stamped authentic cWOB on back
  • Approx 1" x 1" each
  • Premium prismatic metalized PET film with a permanent adhesive
  • PET laminate with UV screening to protect from sunlight and weather
  • 2-4 year outdoor life
  • PVC free product