Another student group t-shirt contest (or really they said it was a logo contest but I chose to ignore that distinction). Queer Health Task Force made me think of fighters for good, defending the innocent, and bringing justice to the world, etc. Also Pride. So that lead me to the Power Rangers, that I repurposed using rainbow-colored construction paper. I’m not sure whether this one actually made it onto a t-shirt or a poster or what, but I did have the original taped onto my bedroom wall for quite a while.
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In grad school I joined a student group called the Sexual and Reproductive Health Action Group, or SHAG for short (you can just ignore the fact that it should really be SRHAG) (Also did I mention that I went to Public Health school and that my concentration was in adolescent reproductive health? Now maybe it makes more sense). Anyway, they wanted to make a group t-shirt and called for submissions. I decided to redo one of the Brooklyn Girls with what I thought were related images, so you have:
Georgia O’Keeffe for the hair (vaginas)
Map of the world for the skin (global nature of this work)
Adam and Eve for the underwear (sex, humans)
BodyWorlds for the stockings (health, science)
And a green landscape for the boots (roots, nature, harmony)
Then I scanned the whole image and used photoshop to put it on top of a bunch of sexual and reproductive health facts.
Needless to say I won – I have the t-shirt to prove it. I wear it to the gym sometimes.