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Black Live Matter Women's Tank Top featuring the mixed media The Price of Sugar - Slavery by David Westwood

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The Price of Sugar - Slavery Women's Tank Top

David Westwood

by David Westwood

Regular Price: $20.00

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$16.00

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Our women's tank tops are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   All tank tops are machine washable.

Design Details

The Price of 1700s sugar - slavery.

24 inches by 17 inches (A2)

This is a 3D sculpture on a 2D surface. It is created using, wood... more

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The Price of Sugar - Slavery Mixed Media by David Westwood

Mixed Media

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Framed Print

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Poster

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Metal Print

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Acrylic Print

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Wood Print

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Greeting Card

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery iPhone Case

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Throw Pillow

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Duvet Cover

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Shower Curtain

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Tote Bag

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Round Beach Towel

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Carry-all Pouch

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Beach Towel

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Weekender Tote Bag

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Bath Towel

Bath Towel

The Price Of Sugar - Slavery T-Shirt

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Yoga Mat

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Spiral Notebook

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Fleece Blanket

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Tapestry

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Face Mask

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Jigsaw Puzzle

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Sticker

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The Price Of Sugar - Slavery Ornament

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Women's Tank Top Tags

women's tank tops black live matter slavery racism victorian antique history historic london england caribbean ship tea sugar fire cake

Mixed Media Tags

mixed media black live matter slavery racism victorian antique history historic london england caribbean ship tea sugar fire cake

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Artist's Description

The Price of 1700s sugar - slavery.​24 inches by 17 inches (A2)This is a 3D sculpture on a 2D surface. It is created using, wood (bark), fabric, thread, metal foil, cotton wool, glitter, glass paint, card, plastic and oil paint on A2 canvas board. The biggest problem I have had is getting a photo that really shows it off. The image sparkles and reaches of the canvas and out into the room. It demands those passing by look at it.The theme is how slavery was used for sugar production. So European's could sweeten their tea, Africans were taken from their homes and transported across the sea's to work on the sugar plantations. Many died on route.The original of this artwork has sold to a London Collector/art dealer.

About David Westwood

David Westwood

I was born on the 20th February 1968 and grew up in the shadow of Birmingham, England. The second largest city in the UK. I come from a working class back-ground. I am gay and came out to my family at the age of 16 in 1984. At first my family rejected my sexuality. AIDS was hitting the headlines as, “the gay plague,” and they really did not understand why I had, “chosen,” to be gay. Eventually however, they realized it was not a choice and they did accept me. This conflict is documented in many of my artworks along with my interest in history and politics. My artwork is created to be seen and when it has been looked at it has achieved his goal. I creates two types of art, that which carries a message and that which...

 

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