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Silkscreen print of Union Jack flag with formline designs and text inside of it. Print is done in dark blue, red and grey ink, in landscape orientation, on off-white paper. All text and formline designs are done in grey ink. Multiple formline designs in dark blue portions of flag. Bird designs in red X section. Moon(?) and fin(?) designs inside red cross, along with text. In the left arm “Responsibility – For” is printed and “What – Happened” is printed in the right arm. In the white outlines of the cross and X words are printed. “Take” is written on top of the left arm and “Colonization” is printed along the bottom. “Acknowledge” is written on top of the right arm and “Thief” is printed along the bottom. “Genocide” is printed on the left side of the top arm and “Rape” is printed on the right side. “Greed” is printed on the left side of the bottom arm and “Murder” is printed on the right side. Beneath the flag the edition, 6/10, artist name and year are handwritten in pencil.

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