Remember analogue? It's okay if you don't, floppy disks are sexy in their own right, for any generation, and now you can celebrate this brief form of obsolete technology with a smile!

 

Thanks to the female duo of Baby Dear Harvest, bonding over a mutual morbid sense of humor, the two quickly joined forces and merged skills to bring a unique collection of pins onto the scene.

Dirty Disk Pins by Baby Dear Harvest

$12.00Price
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  • PRODUCT INFO

    PRODUCT DETAILS: pin comes with 1 rubber backing

     

    SIZE:  0.75" x 0.75"

     

  • RETURN + EXCHANGE POLICY

    Jailbreak is a small female owned business in Portland, OR showcasing new work created by local black and indigenous people of color, queer, and female emerging artists. We encourage experimentation and creativity in order to offer you one-of-a-kind unique objects, artwork, apparel, jewelry, and more. Our artists are paid when you purchase their work. We do not accept returns or exchanges for jewelry, original art, art editions, and books. All items purchased on sale are final sale. Not sure if the item you are looking at is eligible for return/exchange? Email us with any questions at jailbreakpdxinfo@gmail.com

  • SHIPPING INFO

    • Order generally take 3-4 business days to process
    • Orders ship USPS priority mail with an estimated shipping time of 1-3 business
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