The Future is Ours
Feminist Stickers to Express Yourself (Sticker Power)
It's time to express yourself and change the world, one sticker at a time. This empowering book includes 200 tear?resistant vinyl stickers for feminists with a cause. Illustrated by an amazing—and diverse—sisterhood of young artists, these stickers celebrate the fearless messages and icons of the feminist movement. The stickers are divided into difference subjects such as Friendship; Me, Me, Me; Fantasy and Fun; Political; Activism; and more. Stick them on your laptop, phone, notebook, water bottle, or wherever you feel like it. Your book, your choice.
The future is female; the future is ours!
duopress, 9781947458543, 24pp.
Publication Date: April 4, 2019
About the Author
Chelsea O'Mara Holeman is a freelance illustrator located in the Shoals area of Alabama. She has done editorial illustrations for magazines like No’Ala, SET, and What’s Up? Annapolis, as well as numerous children’s and adult books and interactive e-books from companies like Krullstone Publishing, Linxter, and Story Bayou. Chelsea works in a variety of different settings and mediums, expanding her work to include window murals, gaming apps, graphic novels, T-shirt and poster designs, podcast artwork, illustrated maps, and abstract paintings. In her down time she loves watching horror movies with her cats and drawing small illustrations that she hides around town for people to find.
Erica De Chavez is a Filipino-American illustrator and author, and also a full time designer of picture books, middle grade books, graphic novels, and board books for HarperCollins Publishers. She is the designer of the New York Times bestselling graphic novel PopularMMOS Presents A Hole New World and has the pleasure of working with talented artists and writers on many different books for children. She made her illustrator debut with the indie published The Girls' Q&A Book on Friendship. Erica enjoys a good cup of tea, playing with her jack russell terrier, Maxwell, and lives with her boyfriend in Brooklyn, NY. You can visit her online at www.PandaErica.com.
Em Goheen is a traditional artist from Baltimore, MD, and a recent illustration and book arts graduate from Maryland Institute College of Art. Em is interested in the intersection of fine art and illustration and is frequently inspired by nature, music, and spirituality.
Mónica Alexander is an American-Mexican illustrator based out of Atlanta, GA. She loves painting while watching cooking shows or listening to true crime podcasts.