In this illustration depicting a colorful group of wild horses running free, we are reminded that all of our freedoms are connected: no one of us is free until all of us are free. (True words spoken by brilliant activists Maya Angelou, Martin Luther King Jr., Emma Lazarus and more). All of our struggles are intimately interwoven, and each of us plays an important role in dismantling systems of domination and oppression. The horses all moving in one direction in this illustration signify our desire to work together toward our common goal: to create a more beautiful, compassionate, liberated world.
11" x 14"
There is a thin white border around print
Enclosed in a compostable sleeve
About The Far Woods:
Sisters Sonya and Nina Montenegro are the designers and makers of The Far Woods. The things they make reflect their deepest desires about the world. They seek to contribute to a great Culture Shift in which there is a land ethic, a reverence for nature, a rejection of the dominant throw-away mentality, and direct connection to where our food and the things we use come from. Many of their artworks serve as educational tools and inspiration for deepening relationship to nature, food, and community.