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SAB MEYNERT x SEVER SILKSCREENED TEE!
Get fresh for summer in this new silkscreened tee!
Featuring a all-over hand-pulled 1-layer print of Sab Meynert’s ‘The Final Exchange is Forever Fluid with You’ piece!
Non binary sizes in S, M & L (email us for other sizes!)
Heavyweight 100% cotton
Print goes from seam to seam on 1 side
1-layer silkscreen, hand-pulled & heat-set by e howey
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Vantablack absorbs 99.965% of all visual light.
it’s JULY 15TH!!!!!!
this means you can now purchase FANGRRLZ apparel online!!
the stuff is surprisingly comfortable….. help these two out, get an egg shirt!
Not every opportunity is a good opportunity / You don’t have to say yes to everything you are offered
Calling on all tumblrs, bloggers, friends and fans! We’re raising money for Hawa’s residency at an Oakland gallery surveying and mediating contemporary Middle Eastern identity, art practice, thinking, and stories. Check out her Indiegogo for more information, the tumblr to ~submit your work~ to be included in the final show July 31st, and the event page if you want to attend open studios or closing parties.
“Mashallah,” an Arabic phrase of praise and protection, is the departure for photographer and writer, Hawa’s, journey for her July residency at B4BEL4ND Gallery in Oakland. She hopes to create a space from the collective imagination of Middle Eastern artists, thinkers, storytellers, and creators of all sorts. This platform will showcase original submissions of art, writing, photography, design, and personal essays from all over the world. Culminating in an underground party with DJs and live acts, we will celebrate this platform on screen alongside physical pieces at the gallery. This project was born out of a desire to gather and amplify the voices of the Middle Eastern diaspora, to challenge the depiction of Middle Eastern people in media post-911, and the commodification of Middle Eastern culture (script, veil, adornment).”
Dreams really do come true. At least, in the case of 7-year-old Emily Heaton, who is now a princess of her very own proclaimed territory. Jeremiah Heaton, Emily’s father, is the self-described king of an 800-square-mile desert patch that the Heaton family calls, the “Kingdom of North Sudan.”
A rich, white man travels to Africa and decides to claim a land that he never lived and been to, just so he can spoil his daughter by making her a “real” princess, and make himself even richer.
I really hope this plan backfires. Because there’s absolutely nothing cute about rich, white people claiming african soil for personal and selfish intent.
read this. and enough of that bull shit “it’s not like that anymore!” fuck allyall. white people are still convincing themselves that they discover land and claim it as theirs.