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Little Black Cart
Little Black Cart
Digital CollectionStreet Art Graphics
TitleLittle Black Cart
ContributorLittle Black Cart
Time Span2013
Geographic LocationNew York, New York, United States
Classgraphic arts
DescriptionThe Little Black Cart is a distributor of anti-political books and ephemera. "Little Black Cart is a group of anarchists who have known each other for years, a few of us for decades. We share a desire to totally transform society. We want to live without the state, without class, with mutual reciprocity, voluntary cooperation, and the liberation of desire. We call this way of living anarchy or as Emma Goldman knew it, the Beautiful Idea. " -- Little Black Cart website
SubjectLittle Black Cart; anarchism; anarchists; underground press publications; independent bookstores; small presses; publishers and publishing; ephemera; carts & wagons; logos
SourceThis sticker was distributed by Peace Supplies. "Peace Supplies is an independent media project based in Tucson, Arizona at the Gloo Factory. We design and create stickers, decals, shirts, patches, and can help you with filling custom orders. We use fair trade, sweat free and environmentally friendly materials as much as possible. We also support a variety of peace, justice and environmental projects in the Southwest and around the country." -- Peace Supplies website
NotesCollected at the 2013 NYC Anarchist bookfair. "New York City, a center of anarchist life, culture, struggle, and ideas for 150 years, will host its 7th annual NYC Anarchist Book Fair, a two-day exposition of books, zines, pamphlets, art, film/video, and other cultural and very political productions of the anarchist scene worldwide, on April 6 & 7, 2013 at The Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center in Manhattan -- NYC Anarchist Book Fair website:
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