I started doodling around with this logo design a few years ago. The idea encapsulates the concepts and importance of the feminine and female in leadership, the concept of preserving the Earth which is our home and sustains us, and the politicization of these ideals. The imagery pulls from the Anarchy logo, but instead of an A, I used an M for “Matriarch” and as you can see the “M” is actually the husk that surrounds and protects the ear of corn, which can be representative of protecting our respective cultures, food sovereignty, and emerging generations. There is more to the meaning of this design, but this is just a snapshot as I share the work with you.
Artwork printed on full circle one-size wrap skirts.
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• Choose from medium weight soft peachskin jersey 92% polyester/8% spandex, or in 100% lightweight polyester matte crepe.
• Waist tie is made from bamboo jersey fabric for a perfectly comfy finish.
• The simple full circle design means people of all shapes and sizes can wear them.
• Laser cut so the edges are finished perfectly without added weight.
• Never-fade vibrant full-color sublimation print lasts even with repeated wear and washing.
Design copyright: Kimberly Lollis-McCauley
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