A limited-edition artist collab and Pride Month fundraiser celebrating the diversity of breasts and chests.
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
“Freeing the nipple always seems to be about freeing one kind of nipple. With this design I tried to combat that – I wanted to not just normalize, but celebrate the diversity of our chests. I've had big saggy boobs, I've had perky (but scarred) boobs, and these days I have no boobs. Each under-represented in their own way. This design is intended to be a colourful confetti of chests, including many kinds of chests that you don't see represented enough: man boobs, single mastectomy chests, chest-feeding boobs, top surgery scars, and more. I went with a colouring book kind of style in an attempt to capture the innocence, the silliness, and most importantly – the joy. The joy of seeing yourself represented.” - Spencer
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Spencer Blackwood (Praire Fruit Arts) is a trans-androgynous lesbian artist local to Amiskwaciy Treaty 6 Territory / Edmonton. They live and thrive with their two spouses and three noisy wiener dogs. Besides co-owning Chubby Fem Thrift (a local online plus-size thrift store), they also run a small Etsy shop selling stickers and prints of their art. Their art focuses on themes such as fat-positivity, sapphic love, and trans acceptance.
Supporting Shades of Colour
For every Prairie Fruit Arts x Unbelts Intrepid sold, Unbelts will donate $15 to Shades of Colour and for every Bevvie Sleeve sold, we will donate $3. SOC is a QTBIPOC peer support, mutual aid and harm reduction advocacy collective in Edmonton, Alberta / Amiskwaciy, Treaty 6 Territory.