Make it yourself/ Revolution Starts at Home

Both of these prints celebrate the growth of the Do-it-Yourself ethos, ‘craftivisim’ and the need for people to transform the ways in which they live their lives to reflect the community that they want to live in. While clearly not a replacement for political action, cultural activism is a critique of dominant social practices that allows for social transformation and a dismantling of normative social values. Baking your own bread, writing, distributing your own media and using traditional craft arts to make clothing and other house- hold goods are just some of the ways in which people are changing the way in which they and their families interact with capitalist consumer culture.

What do you think of the accordion player? Too happy?

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2014-7

Moonshine, canning, and edible wild food!

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And who DOESN’T need a solid pair of scissors in their life?
2014-5
2014-9

DIY Ties for Spring

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The revolution starts at home.

categories: Make it yourself/ Revolution Starts at Home, Patches

Make it Yourself!

categories: Make it yourself/ Revolution Starts at Home, Patches