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"Freedom" Totebag by Beatriz Bagulho

"Freedom" Totebag by Beatriz Bagulho

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Carnations are highly significant to the people of Portugal. In 1974, the Carnation Revolution took place, leading to the overthrow of an authoritarian regime. During this revolution, soldiers who rebelled against the regime were given carnation flowers. As a result, carnations have become a powerful symbol of freedom for the Portuguese.

Beatriz Bagulho is an illustrator and animator from Lisbon. Communicating through drawing and animation, she translates concepts, stories and observations into visual universes. 

In a constant search for how to exteriorize her conscious and subconscious thoughts, the Portuguese artist is dedicated to a great variety of disciplines: scenography, editorial design and illustration, drawing exhibitions, graphic design and animation cinema. Beatriz studied Animation at the University of the West of England. Her two short films have been presented and awarded at various international film festivals.

Name: "Freedom"
Material: Black totebag made from recycled textile waste, printed with sustainable ink.
Size: 37 x 39cm
Shipping fee: approximately  4,95 with international shipping
(exact amount will be calculated by buyer location)
Shipping area: International
Location: Lisbon, Portugal

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