Iconoclash

i·con·o·clash (ī-kŏn'ə-klăsh)

1. To collide loudly and harshly against against a dogmatic symbol.

2. Documenting the destruction within a culture of the religious icons and other symbols or monuments, usually for religious or political motives.

3. A conflict, as between opposing or irreconcilable conventions.

4. A tumblr feed for those who get off on these kind of things.
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The attack on reproductive rights is the latest slap to the face men with white savior industrial complex are assaulting women with. And this fantastic retro-esque poster is illustrator Kristen Cella’s contribution to the good cause. She takes good ol’ Amy Poehler’s face and slaps the slogan “Don’t Tell ME What To Do!” creating a fantastic poster that questions society sudden step backwards into thinking it is actually fine to create a theocratic state in which women need to go through with unwanted pregnancies because Jesus told you so (actually, did Jesus ever talk abortion anyway?).

The attack on reproductive rights is the latest slap to the face men with white savior industrial complex are assaulting women with. And this fantastic retro-esque poster is illustrator Kristen Cella’s contribution to the good cause. She takes good ol’ Amy Poehler’s face and slaps the slogan “Don’t Tell ME What To Do!” creating a fantastic poster that questions society sudden step backwards into thinking it is actually fine to create a theocratic state in which women need to go through with unwanted pregnancies because Jesus told you so (actually, did Jesus ever talk abortion anyway?).

Eddie Colla’s anonymous image has become quite popular in the Occupy movement.

Make Art Not War

Make Art Not War

Indie Comics Seized by Customs Agents at U.S.-Canada Border 

Agents of the Canadian Border Services confiscated last weekend a number of independently produced comic books en route to the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. Copies of the graphic novella Young Lions by Blaise Larmee and an anthology called Black Eye 1: Graphic Transmissions to Cause Ocular Hypertension were seized from artist Tom Neely and small press publisher Dylan Williams at the border in Buffalo, New York, and if Canada’s Prohibited Importations Unit deems the material obscene, the comics will be destroyed.


Read More: http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/05/13/indie-comics-seized-by-customs-agents-at-u-s-canada-border/#ixzz1MRWpG3RY

Fun Gun, 2005 
Paper collage, 16 x 19 inches

By Greg Lamarche

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