This is an art piece of Marsha P. Johnson, a black trans woman, artist, and activist who has often been named as one of the first of those present to defy the police during the Stonewall Protests of 1969. These details matter, of course, but in a broader sense, the legacy of the Stonewall uprising is one of community, and of a moment in history when marginalized people stood up and declared that they’d had enough.
Many libertarians LOSE IT Over Roads, it's a contentious debate. Show your support, for roads with this premium f*ck roads design, inspired by libertarian tears everywhere.
"Libertarians really do hate roads"
Staying true to contrarian logic, this shirt is not organic, and many taxes will be applied. Enjoy.
Hiragana text art. You're Cute, You Save Everyone but Who Saves You? Good Question.
Emo-style throwback design to instill Saturday night nostalgia as we walk along the Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Move Along to The Black Parade. American Idiot Japan-inspired.
Cornflower blue is a pale blue that I really enjoy, this print comes on pale greys and pastel colours. This is a neutral take on a vapour wave aesthetic, cut and pasted like a magazine collage. Some of my fondest childhood memories are making magazine hodgepodges.