Junk 2 Funk
Junk2Funk was great fun and anyone who wasn’t there should plan on being a part of this annual benefit next year.
KEA has mixed fundraising with creative art in this fantastic trashion show hosted at O’Shays in Coeur d’Alene.
The unique handmade outfits are a statement to the talent and creativity residing in our community.
Two photographers captured the evening: Ben Tobin and Monty Doom.
Deb, modeling an evening dress from DOMA coffee bags with coffee filter ruffles.
Catlin, the only male model (boy did he have fun in the dressing rooms), wore a rain jacket by Janet Torline, made out of pet food bags. – For when it’s raining cats and dogs.
April Brodsky was a heavy metal maiden in commercial espresso burrs and micro washers, made from part of Rebecca Hurlen Patano’s personal metal collection.
Shelly Croswhite went dumpster diving behind a drive-thru and came up with a ballet skirt of jugs…add custom paper flowers and pages from the phone book for a “floral little number.” Modeled by Mindy Haze.
Rebecca biked in sporting the Tweed.
…and, of course, then there was the party…