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$49.95 Zumiez - Obey Make Art Not War Charcoal Hoodie at Zumiez : PDP (Color: Charcoal)

Obey Make Art Not War Charcoal Hoodie

$49.95 Zumiez - Obey Make Art Not War Charcoal Hoodie at Zumiez : PDP (Color: Charcoal)

By well-known street artist Shepard Fairey who received national attention for his Obama HOPE poster.

By well-known street artist Shepard Fairey who received national attention for his Obama HOPE poster.

Make love not war --> Make art not war. Put crayons on an ammo belt, arm her with a paintball gun, covered in painty "wounds", sitting on a step like a BAMF.

Make love not war --> Make art not war. Put crayons on an ammo belt, arm her with a paintball gun, covered in painty "wounds", sitting on a step like a BAMF.

Make Art Not War Digital Print  ===   Print out this modern wall artwork from your home computer or local print shop to style and decorate

Make Art Not War Digital Print === Print out this modern wall artwork from your home computer or local print shop to style and decorate

SHEPARD FAIREY - MAKE ART NOT WAR - JOËL KNAFO ART http://www.widewalls.ch/artwork/shepard-fairey/make-art-not-war/

SHEPARD FAIREY - MAKE ART NOT WAR - JOËL KNAFO ART http://www.widewalls.ch/artwork/shepard-fairey/make-art-not-war/

A thick and soft fleece material in a burgundy tie dye wash is finished with an Obey "Make Art Not War" graphic at the chest and back for a look that inspires. size medium i think

Obey Make Art Not War Tie Dye Hoodie

A thick and soft fleece material in a burgundy tie dye wash is finished with an Obey "Make Art Not War" graphic at the chest and back for a look that inspires. size medium i think

Handkerchief Dolls. When I first came across these they were called "Church Dolls", because people used to make temporary dolls out of hankies in church to quietly entertain children and keep them calm. You can also use cloth napkins, and they come out especially nice if made from hankies/napkins with an embroidered or monogrammed corner or lace edging as the hem of the doll dress. More here: http://itssopurdy.blogspot.com/2012/10/how-to-civil-war-handkerchief-dolls.html

Handkerchief Dolls. When I first came across these they were called "Church Dolls", because people used to make temporary dolls out of hankies in church to quietly entertain children and keep them calm. You can also use cloth napkins, and they come out especially nice if made from hankies/napkins with an embroidered or monogrammed corner or lace edging as the hem of the doll dress. More here: http://itssopurdy.blogspot.com/2012/10/how-to-civil-war-handkerchief-dolls.html

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