Vote like your rights depend on it Button by Amy Smith

Design By:
Amy Smith Amy Smith is a self-educated contemporary artist. Born in New Jersey, she moved to Los Angeles where she found inspiration, mentors, and support in the Street Art community surrounding L.A. Her intention is to offer viewers the opportunity to choose one’s own path of empowerment, leaving behind what society demands.
Amy Smith’s work has been featured in a number of private collections, residences, businesses, and in popular tv/film sets including shows like Dear White People, Key and Peele, Casual, and many others.
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Design By:
Amy Smith Amy Smith is a self-educated contemporary artist. Born in New Jersey, she moved to Los Angeles where she found inspiration, mentors, and support in the Street Art community surrounding L.A. Her intention is to offer viewers the opportunity to choose one’s own path of empowerment, leaving behind what society demands.
Amy Smith’s work has been featured in a number of private collections, residences, businesses, and in popular tv/film sets including shows like Dear White People, Key and Peele, Casual, and many others.

These 3" buttons are classic and fun accessories for your gear and wardrobe. Printed and handcrafted in the US, these metal buttons have pin backs and are coated with scratch and UV-resistant mylar.

Proceeds Support:
Proceeds support Ultraviolet, a powerful and rapidly growing community of people from all walks of life mobilized to fight sexism and expand women's rights.

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Artist Statement

I believe all voices should be heard. By voting we are participating in our government that is the voice of the people. It's the most important thing we can do to fight corruption in politics. - Amy Smith

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06/13/2019
Holly S.
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Giving one to all my activist friends!

This is my favorite Vote button! Everyone loves it and wears proudly. I love telling the story of Amy Smith, who designed the button, because she's a feminist activist in Los Angeles and is working hard for the cause.