Luisa Capetillo was a Puerto Rican labor organizer & anarchist active in the early 1900s. She was the first woman to wear pants in PR and practiced free love. She was a vegetarian, spiritualist, and was incarcerated for her labor organizing multiple times. Luisa held a vivid anarcho syndicalist philosophy on liberation against the state & capitalism and wrote the first “Feminist Manifesto” in the Caribbean. I painted some parts but this is mainly an analog mixed media collage.
Three poems from my book Speak of Fruit. If they are your cup of tea and biscuits, you can support a broke independent artist’s book here.
“All power to the imagination.”
Drawing/illustration & collage.
Drew the moon & sky. Everything else is mixed media analog collage.
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