The third and fourth banner create one image when they are next to each other. It’s an image of a person that is half human and have sugar skull from “El Día de los Muertos.” The name of the third banner is “Undocu” and the fourth, “Queer.” When they come together they spell out “Undocu-queer.” “Undo-queer” is a new term to identify undocumented-queer individuals. This banners uses culture icons to create an LGBTQ-Undocumented person. The intention of using cultural imagery with this identity is to challenge the acceptance of LGBTQ and undocumented identities in any culture.
11 x 17" poster - 15.00
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