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8 Pack- Adult Coloring Mini-poster, 5x7 political postcard, “Mysterious Lady Parts” uterus design

8 Pack- Adult Coloring Mini-poster, 5x7 political postcard, “Mysterious Lady Parts” uterus design

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This package contains 8 large adult coloring postcards. The postcards are in black and white (the colored picture shown in the product listing is just to give you ideas.) All 8 postcards in this package are of the same design-- called "Mysterious Lady Parts.” It's a humorous representation of female anatomy, and would make the perfect gift for the women’s health advocate in your life. This mini-poster is big enough that it’s easy and fun to color, but small enough to send through the mail, to your senator, or your OBGYN best friend.

"Mysterious Lady Parts" uterus design
8 Cards
Black and White Illustrations
7x5 inches
Thick, high quality matte paper
Use standard “letter” sized stamp (not postcard stamps) to send through the US mail.
Hidden elements symbolize common euphemisms for female genitals!


Why I made this product:

Amidst the political protests and policies of early 2017, I was caught in a bad cycle. Every night, I would spend hours reading political articles on my phone--horrified at the attack on progressive values I was witnessing. Being very pregnant at the time, my body was the perfect storm of hormones, sobriety, and freaking out about the future. I needed a coping mechanism. And, since gin-and-tonics were not an option for me, I started drawing cartoons.

I drew crude stick figure cartoons and started mailing them to my representatives. I lampooned everything I could, from depicting Ohio before the EPA (fun fact--rivers can actually catch on fire!) to the defunding of AmeriCorps. The more I drew, the more elaborate my designs became, and the better I started to feel. Over time, the designs evolved from mostly negative and snarky defensive messages, to mostly positive depictions of things I believe in. (I mean there’s still a little snark--but that’s just for fun.)

Finally, one day, I got a letter in the mail I didn’t expect. It was from the staffer of one of my senators. It was just a quick note, which said, “Dear Katie, Thanks for the cartoon-- it was really funny. Keep ‘em coming! -Dan.”

Now, in the evenings I mostly sit and draw or color. It doesn’t replace the other political engagement like phone calls, letters to the editor, and conversation. But, it’s therapeutic for me, (at least until I can drink gin again.) If you find this helpful too, please show me your finished work @DarthKaterStudio on instagram.

Happy Coloring,
Katie
This package contains 8 large adult coloring postcards. The postcards are in black and white (the colored picture shown in the product listing is just to give you ideas.) All 8 postcards in this package are of the same design-- called "Mysterious Lady Parts.” It's a humorous representation of female anatomy, and would make the perfect gift for the women’s health advocate in your life. This mini-poster is big enough that it’s easy and fun to color, but small enough to send through the mail, to your senator, or your OBGYN best friend.

"Mysterious Lady Parts" uterus design
8 Cards
Black and White Illustrations
7x5 inches
Thick, high quality matte paper
Use standard “letter” sized stamp (not postcard stamps) to send through the US mail.
Hidden elements symbolize common euphemisms for female genitals!


Why I made this product:

Amidst the political protests and policies of early 2017, I was caught in a bad cycle. Every night, I would spend hours reading political articles on my phone--horrified at the attack on progressive values I was witnessing. Being very pregnant at the time, my body was the perfect storm of hormones, sobriety, and freaking out about the future. I needed a coping mechanism. And, since gin-and-tonics were not an option for me, I started drawing cartoons.

I drew crude stick figure cartoons and started mailing them to my representatives. I lampooned everything I could, from depicting Ohio before the EPA (fun fact--rivers can actually catch on fire!) to the defunding of AmeriCorps. The more I drew, the more elaborate my designs became, and the better I started to feel. Over time, the designs evolved from mostly negative and snarky defensive messages, to mostly positive depictions of things I believe in. (I mean there’s still a little snark--but that’s just for fun.)

Finally, one day, I got a letter in the mail I didn’t expect. It was from the staffer of one of my senators. It was just a quick note, which said, “Dear Katie, Thanks for the cartoon-- it was really funny. Keep ‘em coming! -Dan.”

Now, in the evenings I mostly sit and draw or color. It doesn’t replace the other political engagement like phone calls, letters to the editor, and conversation. But, it’s therapeutic for me, (at least until I can drink gin again.) If you find this helpful too, please show me your finished work @DarthKaterStudio on instagram.

Happy Coloring,
Katie

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