Popular Brazilian Woodcut
The woodcut is a popular feature of the medieval residence of the Portuguese culture and transplanted to Brazil that developed in the literature for string . Almost all Brazilian popular woodcuts, especially in the Northeast, comes from the string. Among the most important gifts in the collection of the Gallery are Brasiliana Abraham Batista , Jose Costa Leite ,J. Borges , Francisco Amaro , José Lourenço and Gilvan Samico .
This reminds me of The Flying Haystacks Hand Embroidery.
If we were to make an image that represented the Occupy Wall Street...what would that story look like symbolically? How would we tell that story? How would we record history so that our quilts would one day be un-earth time capsules?