VISUAL ANTHOLOGY (ISSUE 002) | HARDCOVER
The Flaunt It Movement & Collection is proud to release our ISSUE 002 VISUAL ANTHOLOGY titled "Love Dimensions: Demanding Space for Self Actualization." The 200-page hardcover publication features the stories and artwork of over 100 Black and Indigenous women and non-binary (NB) artists of colour from all across Turtle Island.
Flaunt-It has worked with over 100 Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) artists from all across the country to produce our second visual anthology titled "Love Dimensions: Demanding Space for Self-Actualization." It is a collection of literature and visual, digital + media arts that share the complex identities and narratives of all the women who have felt marginalized and unseen. This visual anthology is the second edition of our biennial initiative to bring publication and arts opportunities to young racialized artists.
Proceeds from every issue will be donated to Palestinian relief.
Designed by BIPOC Artists
The Flaunt It Collection is made with love and dedication from talents like Dhanya Senguttuvan, the face behind designs including the "Community," and "How To Be Me" prints available for purchase.
Every purchase supports local emerging artists like Dhanya. Together, we can fundraise for arts-based resources and opportunities for young women in marginalized communities across Toronto, starting with Jane-Finch.
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