Saturday, June 17, 2006


Denver, Colorado: Coming soon...
Provoke conversation while wearing an original work of art.
Stay tuned at the Nation of Nations blog (link to the right) for details.

Labels: , ,

5 Comments:

At 8:59 PM, Anonymous katjjames said...

I am hoping this is on a shirt somewhere. Trying to turn that flag into a dress may cause someone to light me on fire...or have we banned that already...can't remember...too much time spent on blowing up innocents...

 
At 1:31 PM, Anonymous K. John Jones said...

I don't know…
There is a decided lack of Scotland's fair cross of St. Andrew on this thing.
Seems a pity in light of the huge migrations of Scots to our shores in the 1820's and 1910's. (of which I am, of course, a product.)
Other than that, it's just swell.

 
At 3:27 PM, Anonymous fashionista said...

move over Tommy Hilfinger!

 
At 11:08 PM, Anonymous KCinDC said...

John, I realize you may not like it, but Scotland's cross is included in the Union Jack. The lacks I notice immediately are Ireland, Italy, and France.

How were the countries selected?

 
At 12:46 PM, Blogger globalchameleon said...

(relayed from the artist herself!):

The countries represented are:
Brazil
Bosnia
Canada
China
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
El Salvador
Germany
Guatemala
Haiti
India
Iran
Korea
Jamaica
Mexico
Pakistan
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Russia
Ukraine
Vietnam
United Kingdom
Taiwan

I got the information from the Annual Flow Report: Naturalizations in the United States: 2004. Published by the Office of Immigration Statistics Homeland Security. Also, Immigrants Admitted by Region and Country of birth 2004. I chose countries that had more then 10,000 people that claimed that is where they originated. This information also came from the U. S. Department of Homeland Security: Immigration Statistics 2004 Yearbook. This information can be found on the web at: www.uscis.gov

 

Post a Comment

<< Home