100% of the profits of this product will be donated to Sistah Space, an organisation in Hackney that provides a safe space for women fleeing domestic violence. This wonderful poster is from the archive of Oakland Museum in California and was one of the first of many protest posters of the ‘long 1960’s’ to use the butterfly as a symbol for freedom. Originally used to advocate for prison reform, the message is just as relevant today and is a universal truth. A small symbol for the hope of change.
Size: A4 - 210 × 297 mm
Unframed, GICLEE PRINT
100% of profit will be donated to charity. (Charity partner to be announced)
Poster was bought as a gift and was really nice. Thank you
We create beauty products that are, like us, a mixture of natural African roots and a quintessentially British attitude. The duality of our community is rooted in African diaspora and travels throughout the world to share the power of wellness, slow living and self-care.
LIHA was born from the desire to create an innovative, luxe natural, organic and vegan skincare brand that blends the rich botanical life of West Africa with traditional English aromatherapy and folk remedies.
All our packaging and materials are made, designed and produced in the UK by other family run businesses. All our packaging is recyclable and reusable.