Vinyl stickers based on Jason McDonald's original Cascadian Nights piece. Jailbreak is thrilled to offer two Pride 2020 versions of Cascadian Nights - a classic rainbow version as well as a more muted rainbow retro version.
 
Please note that the "original" sticker has a 4" diameter, while the "classic" and "retro" rainbows are 3" across. 
 
Buy any 3 Cascadian Nights stickers for $12, a 20% discount! Let us know which colors you'd like in the "Add a note" section during checkout, or email us at jailbreakpdxinfo@gmail.com. 


MEET THE MAKER | JASON McDONALD | WHAT DOES PRIDE MEAN TO YOU?


"Being gay isn't a choice, but being proud is. Having pride takes work. Sometimes it comes easy and sometimes it's a struggle. However, like most things in life, the greatest rewards are found on the other side of adversity. To me, Cascadian Nights is a symbol of my pride. Pride in the city that accepts me for who I am, and pride in our natural spaces that teach those who choose to listen, to live a little more free."

Cascadian Nights Vinyl Sticker by Jason McDonald

$5.00Price
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