Art is no stranger to protest.
In 1941, folk legend Woody Guthrie painted a powerful slogan on the body of his guitar:
This machine kills fascists
He recognized his art as a powerful force against oppression and tyranny. A voice for the silenced. A foundation to build upon.
In these times of uncertainty, it's more important than ever for artists of all kinds to create dangerously. That's why we're offering this hand-stenciled Moleskine journal to those who recognize their art both as a beacon of hope and an agent of change. And until Inauguration Day, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union.
We hope you'll stand with us, and with artists everywhere, in this most important fight.