Snowboard Iskola

Perhaps you’ve seen Julia Campbell’s painted daisies already. The sweet flowers have been popping up throughout the Pacific Northwest. Her other designs have, too, usually in motion, painted on the outerwear of friends and professional riders.

Julia’s work is vibrant, adorning jeans, jackets, and pants—and with an emphasis on upcycling and bringing new life to a beloved piece. She’s enhanced outerwear for Marie-France Roy, Jared Elston, writer Ally Watson, and fellow artist Nikki Goodwin.

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And starting today, you can see her latest creation in collaboration with Arc’Teryx. The Nelson-based boarder and artist applied her work onto upcycled competitor bibs (each sewn by Hannah Trischman aka @sketchyqueenie) for the twelve riders of Research and Development, an all-new women’s backcountry freestyle event created by Robin Van Gyn.

Each bib, made from repurposed Arc’Teryx outerwear, is unique for each rider, adorned with flowers and flames. Research and Development is one of the most exciting events of the year—a totally new opportunity for up-and-coming backcountry riders to shine. The handmade and hand-painted bibs are a special testament to just how special the R&D opportunity is.

Check out more of Julia’s work on her Instagram, @juliacambe11. Follow Research & Development at @rndsearch.

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