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Inspired by the style of the now famous "Hope" poster, designed by Shepard Fairey for Barack Obama's presidential campaign, this panel was silkscreened on to t-shirts and presented as gifts at Molly's 10th birthday party.
Playing off the shared initials of Valentine's Day and dated term for STDs, venereal disease, the card features the grunge-styled "Happy VD!" hovering over a red rose. Inside, the payoff phrase reads "Hopefully, That Tingling Sensation You Feel is Love." The O in Love is formed with a lipstick kiss.
The front of the t-shirt reads "I Know Almost Enough." On the reverse, the thought is completed by the phrase "To Know How Much I Don't Know."
The front of the t-shirt reads "Say Less" over a red minus sign. On the reverse, the phrase "Do More" sits on top of a red plus sign.
The front of the t-shirt has the simple message "Reduce." On the back, ways to reduce one's impact on the environment are listed.