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Idle No More - Mens Wallet

USD $20.46

Idle No More - Mens Wallet

USD $20.46
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The Idle No More artwork of Canadian Indigenous artist, Andy Everson is emboss printed and stitched onto the faux leather fabric this fantastic men's wallet. A feather held tight in a fist representing a symbol of strength and spirituality quickly became the symbol of the Idle No More Movement. This particular design has been created in the style indicative of the west coast. And here it is, printed with precision onto this guys wallet.

The deep embossed printing and fine detailed stitching make it a unique one of a kind, as well as a fantastic gift.

  • Brand: Cedar Paddle
  • Artist: Andy Everson
  • Material: Durable, vegan, man-made faux leather.
  • Measurements: Approximately 4.5 x 3.75 inches.
  • Details: 9 credit card slots, large money pocket, clear plastic id slot and 4 additional pockets.

Message from the artist about this piece:

Going to my first rally on December 29, I needed a poster to bring along. Knowing that the fist and feather with its image of strength and spirituality was quickly becoming the symbol of the movement, I thought it would be fitting if I created one in the formline style indicative of the west coast. I quickly drew up this image at my dining room table and then put it on my Facebook page and it suddenly went viral. Soon, this image appeared on poster boards, buttons, t-shirts, stickers and banners. My feeling was that I wanted this image to go out into the world and find a life of its own. It did.

About the artist:

Andy Everson was born in Comox B.C. and named Nagedzi after his grandfather, Chief Andy Frank of the K'omoks First Nation. His cultural interests lay with both his K'omoks and Kwakwaka'wakw ancestors and are expressed through dancing, singing and art. To further his career, Andy has gone on to complete his Master's degree in anthropology. From early self-taught lessons, Andy has tried to follow in the footsteps of his Kwakwaka'wakw relatives in creating bold and unique representations that remain rooted in the age old traditions of his ancestors.

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