Illustrated by Stephanna Bennett.
"Power is more than just a word. It is a movement. The Black freedom struggle of the 1960s propelled the United States into a time of deep self-critiquing that has carried on even to the modern day. The Afro and natural hair are symbolic of a pride for one’s roots and a rejection of Eurocentric standards continuously pushed on black women. I created this design with 60s aesthetics in mind, but also as a reminder of the power black women posses."
Stephanna Bennett is a San Diego based visual artist and illustrator. She graduated from the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts in 2018 as a Visual Arts major. After attaining her Associate’s Degree in Fine Arts at San Diego Mesa College, she transferred to continue her education at California State University Long Beach, soon to attain a Bachelor’s Degree in Illustration.
Screen printed in small batches, subject to slight color variation.
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