CAP'N COOKED Pepili - Original Art 4" Vinyl Sticker
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From the artist: Homage to a favorite holiday in February, this piece uses a commonly recognized cereal mascot to mock James Cook, a historical figure who has come to represent the global legacies of colonialism and genocide, and a man who met his death here in the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi on 14 February, 1779. I hesitated to share this piece since it isn't directly "affirming" or "constructive," but I ended up sharing it anyway because it's okay to express grief and anger through humor. If the piece were to stir up any internal conflict, that's probably okay too.
- 4" x 3"
- Durable vinyl stickers
- Collect them all
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