Art with a cause: political art to strengthen your space #Decor & Decorating#Home#Shopping#activism#art#feminism#politics#race Posted Nov 16 2017 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Resist the Cistem Embroidery by Baby Face Press Related Post Don't know what to do next? Here's what you can do to fight white supremacy With the events in Charlottesville this past weekend, we're hearing many white people expressing the sentiment that this is not the real America and that... Read more A whole bunch of us are embracing the idea that it's time to stop being silent about the politics and causes for which we care deeply, especially when it comes to affecting change among our own small communities. This means we're getting less shy about advocating for our causes publically, including in our own homes. I've compiled a big set of political art prints and decor that you can use to celebrate and share your strong feels about our current world. Warning: some of these may be divisive. You may not agree with a cause or opinion. Please keep comments as civil as possible. Thanks! Intersectional Rosie the Riveter by Tyler Feder Ruth Bader Ginsburg print by The Film Artist Women and Cats pillow and prints "Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." – Robert A. Heinlein The World as 100 People by Jack Hagley Ida B. Wells-Barnett print by NOxLA Nelson Mandela hate love print by Naomis Illustrations They tried to bury us print by Ellita Transgender Mermen print by felixdeon Here's To Strong Women by Paper Coat Queers Demand Gender Self-Determination by Roan Boucher Bernie and Kittens print by Anna Pierattini Love is Love Illustration Lettering Print by Caitlin B Alexander Embroidered patches by Moon of Retribvtion Human rights poster by Riverway Studios US AND THEM print by Bianca Green Vote with your fork Poster by The Creative Toucan United We Care Postcard by Tuff Waffles Nasty Woman Pillow Cover by Anna Flora Martin Luther King Jr quote print by Riverway Studios RISE – Idle No More print by Aaron Paquette Trump Stop Tweeting by All You Need Is Art Science not Silence by Caitlin Taduran Feminist Tina Art Print by Atomic Lace Franklin D. Roosevelt quote vinyl wall decal by Island Custom Designs Black Lives Matter Floral by Letters By Jules #metoo tank top Intersectional Feminism by K Thomson Martin Luther King Jr. Quote print by Dictionary Page Prints Feminist (Queen B) by Anna McKay Females Are Strong as Hell Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt print by Justin Brown Related Post A scientist breaks down some useful resources to stay engaged and stay sane I am a scientist and an Extension educator, and therefore I spend a lot of time helping people find the resources they need, and translating complex and technical information into… Read More Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS A crusty ex-radical's guide to cleaning and minimalism NEXT This web series shows the challenges of adopting as a queer couple in our foster system Show/Hide comments [ 2 ] What a great, inspirational round-up! The dinosaurs+feminist shirt is going straight on my Xmas wishlist. Well-Written article. It will be supportive to anyone who utilizes it, including me. Keep doing what you are doing – can't pause to read more posts. Thanks for the precious help. Comments are closed.