All profits from the sale of these tea towels will go to support London-based mutual aid organisations.
'Commit to mutual aid, fellowship and reciprocity'
In 2017, artists Clare Qualmann, Madeleine Collie and Rebecca Conroy took part in an artist-led weekend of learning with the Marrickville School of Economics, exploring ways to unfuck the economy using feminist artist-led ideas around care, support, nurture and mutual aid.
Drawing on this work, the artists produced a series of screen printed tea towels featuring excerpts of texts they had been working with.
This edition of 100 tea towels was produced during lockdown to raise funds for London-based mutual aid organisations.
The works are printed on organic fair-trade cotton.
Edition of 100.
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