This design is a tribute to Emory Douglas, a social justice graphic designer and a revolutionary artist whose iconic style has shaped the consciousness of civil rights movements across the world. He is best known for his work as the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party and the official artist for the Black Panther newspaper from 1967 through the early 1980s.
Chances are that even if you don't recognize his name, you have been impacted by his art, or the art of others who have been influenced by him. He is one of the main artistic influences of the work of Naomi Grace, Melanin Rising's founder.
Emory Douglas' brilliance lies in his ability to convey complex political concepts in simple terms, making these provocative messages. Using bold, high-contrast images, photomontage and incorporating text, his style has become synonymous with revolution and social justice movements.
This design pays homage to Douglas' signature high-contrast, heavy lined style incorporating text and collage.
Add functional perks to an already great design and you get a staple for everyday use. With its zippered closure for added safety, and the adjustable straps for extra comfort, this tote bag has it all.
Printed and shipped by a print-on-demand partner.
.: 100% Spun Polyester
.: Adjustable strap
.: Black interior lining and inner pocket