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All our patches are made from reclaimed, upcycled materials!

This little bunny rabbit made her debut into radical circles with the anti-road UK Earth First! protests of the early 1990s. She has been seen with shovels, pickaxes, protest signs, anarchy flags, masked up, resisting the G8, advocating for free speech, fighting against genetic engineered crops, and reporting on direct action... just for starters! She fought against genetically engineered crops in the UK, turned up at English protest sites and tree-sits and gatherings, and made an appearance at the 2005 Scotland G8, and then in Germany. She's everywhere! And these are just a few of her accomplishments...

Now, you can travel alongside her, to whatever wonderful action you have in mind...

Here, we have her holding an adjustable wrench, standing defiantly in front of a star background. Much that can be done with a useful wrench such as hers...

Image measures 5.5 x 5 inches (13 x 12 cm).

You can choose between black, purple, or green ink on a white background. Fabric is a lightweight cotton-poly canvas weave material.

***Please specify what color patch you would like. Thanks!***

As always, custom orders are available upon request!

Earth First Bunny Patch - Green, Black, or Purple on White - wrench, monkeywrench, protest, spanner, anarchy star, forest, punk patches

$3.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: upcycled cotton canvas, water based acrylic ink, hoot, hearts and minds resistance
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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