Pins help you to differentiate yourself from unwanted personal connotations – they protect you from undesirable reproaches. In the wide range of pseudo and semi-political amulets people wear, the unique pins of the Protest Supplies Store’s Antagonizers series, are not meant for differentiation or protection, but to start a conversation; opening up controversial domains to be interacted with on an interpersonal level. Very unrepresented, but pressingly present.. political topics, rather than the ‘standard’ post-modern political stances, are imaged in this series. Wear with pride, wear with conflict.The 'Would you like a plastic bag with that-pin' is 3,5cm tall and about 2,2cm wide, and coloured with durable enamel and can be attached with a strong butterfly clasp clutch. All pins in the Antagonizers-series are of limited editions. This pin is one of the 2019-series, and is designed by PSS-team member Maite Levy.
Universal protest permit? By Mina Schneider
In the constitution of many democracies around the world protest is formulated as one of the fundamental rights. Nevertheless, in most of those respective countries it is required to obtain a ‘protest permit’ to be able to protest in a public space: immobilising many important protests, subordinating it to rules and exposing protests to illegality if the request for the permit is not honoured. With this ‘Universal Protest Permit’ you’ll never have to go through that trouble (again). With this pin, you are ready for a protest where- and whenever you’d feel like it’s needed.
* Based on residence in Netherlands. Tax rates for other countries will be calculated at the checkout. Price exclusive of tax: €8.26.