Grassroots has just dropped a new collection in collaboration with Colorado-based musically inspired, visual artist Ellie Paisley.
Grassroots began making hats for a documentary film they were producing in 2009. Since then they have created fitted hats and snapbacks for some of the biggest names in the industry. Artists ranging from Method Man to the biggest names in the jam scene like Jerry Garcia and Griz to namedrop a few. Today Grassroots provides cutting edge state of the art designs in every item they create. They have thrived to be an industry leader by paying attention to every detail, and providing environmentally friendly hats constructed with hemp, recycled aluminum cans and ballistic material. It’s the little details that matter with Grassroots.
Ellie Paisley aka @ellie.paisley is a Colorado based artist who moved to Boulder with her artistic partner and boyfriend Aaron Brooks. She also continues her work as Artistic Director with music festivals around the country. Most recently Ellie has worked with Zane Kesey, son of “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” author Ken Kesey on collaborative projects that include but are not limited to adding art work to the iconic “Further Bus” as well as live painted for groups like The Wu-Tang Clan, Ice Cube, and been an official painter for the Dead & Co (ft. John Mayer) after parties across the country.
This colorful Oil Spill collection from Ellie and Grassroots is both eye catching and captivating. When we think oil spill, we envision something dark and toxic. Not Ellie. She created something beautiful. The one item we dig the most is this Ellie Paisley Oil Spill Dress. It’s sassy, classy and fun. Get it and go have sum.