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March (small)

A celebration of one of the most tried and true protest tactics. Yet also a bit ambiguous—where are we marching to? Can all those legs get in step?

Popular movements are always chaotic, yet our representations of them tend to smooth the edges and present some sort of unified vision. The feet on the ground tend to tell a different story.

Printed by Jesse Purcell at Repetitive Press in Toronto.

attn: The paper has a really nice tooth and texture to it, so each print is slightly different, with variations in ink coverage.

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