Pussyhat Herstory Illustrated Digital Download and Limited Edition Print
Pussyhat Herstory Illustrated Digital Download and Limited Edition PrintPussyhat Herstory Illustrated Digital Download and Limited Edition PrintPussyhat Herstory Illustrated Digital Download and Limited Edition Print

Pussyhat Herstory

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Illustrated by Aurora Lady, this visual depiction of how the Pussyhat Project went from 1 person's idea to a movement of millions is available for free digital download and limited edition print.

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A movement grows, and even the successful ones have to start somewhere

How the Pussyhat Project went from 1 person to millions:

1 person

November 8, 2016: So first, there was me. Utterly depressed. Wondering what was happening in this world, mourning Hilary’s loss.

2 people

November 12, 2016: I was on a road trip with my family for my parents’ wedding anniversary. I guess I get my best ideas in the car or in the shower. I got the idea for the Pussyhat Project and texted Kat Coyle, my knitting teacher, immediately (with lots of emojis!).

3 people

November 16, 2016: Jayna Zweiman (architect, activist, crocheter), joins Kat and me at The Little Knittery in Los Angeles – the knit pattern comes together! The manifesto is started! The framework is planned!

4 people

November 18, 2016: Aurora Lady comes on board to illustrate the Pussyhat Project manifesto and do visual branding. She helped bring “the sea of pink” to life via her illustrations – helping people see it before it became real.

5 people

November 22, 2016: Molly McKnight, just 19 years old, across the country in Reston, VA (about an hour outside DC), volunteers to handle the packages of hats to distribute at the march.

6 people

Stefanie Kamerman Photography, Community Organizing

7 people

Liz Leong PR

Millions of people

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