SHOP NOTICE DESIGNS
We are Rising
The Future is Female
Women's Rights are Human Rights
Let Equality Bloom
I created the following 3 designs and submitted them for the Amplifier Foundation's call for art for the Women's March
on Washington. They selected my "Let Equality Bloom" poster to be one of their featured artworks.
You can shop all of my designs and merchandise in my ZAZZLE and Society 6 stores.
The shops contains Posters, T-shirts, Coffee Mugs, Buttons and Stickers.
I am proud to support all women and be a voice in the movement for equal rights for everyone.
Thank you for supporting Women's Rights!
Please visit the Amplifier Website for more great art and see Amplifer's artists in action.
This is a subject near and dear to my heart. 💛 As a person who feels deeply about nature and science I have a growing concern for the declining bee population. Since the 1940s, honeybee colonies have decreased from 5 million to 2.5 million. Researchers say there could be many reasons for the decline: everything from parasites and bacteria to environmental stress, like a lack of pollen. 75% of the world’s food crop depends on at least one pollinator, such as the honeybee. They need us and we need them, it is a symbiotic relationship.
We must nurture and care for them.
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO 🐝 BROOKE FISCHER © 2018
Save the Bees Posters
Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree: "Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. In addition, most of the leading scientific organizations worldwide have issued public statements endorsing this position. "
In honor of the Science March I created these designs. To deny science is to deny fact, to deny facts and
evidence is a denial of reality. Climate Change IS happening and we must put up a firm stance against
any denial in order to protect people, plants, animals and future generations.
All proceeds will go to NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNSEL