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Purchase a tote bag featuring the painting "La Gente Buena - The Good People" by Carlos Flores. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
A tribute to my ancestors. The Taino were the original inhabitants of the Greater Antilles, including Puerto Rico (Borikén) and Haiti (Ayití). They... more
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A tribute to my ancestors. The Taino were the original inhabitants of the Greater Antilles, including Puerto Rico (Borikén) and Haiti (Ayití). They were the first in the New World to greet European travelers and to meet their violence and disease. A giving and peace-loving people, "Taino" meant "Good people". Despite the horrific genocide imposed on them, their blood and their cultural legacy continues in us, and throughout the world, even if the credit is not often given. translated inscription: "We are the invisible slaves, the hidden footprints, the good people. We are the children of Yaya, of Itiba Cahubaba, and of the cave Cacibajagua. We are observers of the world, providers of the canoe, the cazabe and batey, artists, explorers, doctors, mothers, fathers, sons, sisters, guardians of the Americas. We are marks embedded in paper, they write over us but they cannot erase us, we continue in art and in music, we continue in the blood of the latino, we continue in the pulsation of...
Carlos is a writer, cinematographer, painter and composer. He is the founder of Watcheye Studios, a new film and art production company, and likes to keep himself grounded doing theatre work on the side. Born in Puerto Rico, raised half there and half in the states, and bi-identifying, his work often explores queer themes and cultural/linguistic diaspora and seeks social relevance and respect for humanity. He lives in Denver, CO with his wife Connie and their watch-eyed dog, Nutmeg. Watch on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/watcheyestudios Follow on Instagram: @WATCHEYE_STUDIOS
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