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Each NFT comes with a hand-silkscreened and is hand-signed/numbered by the artist.

From the artist Alina Kiliwa: I decided to play with the Mexican language. Using the word “chichis” to refer to breasts is often used a double entendre or in a derogatory way to laugh at or make fun of. That’s why I wanted to normalize this word by using it differently, trying to tell people to explore it for themselves. It seemed to me that it is easier to reach people by using this word for breasts and taking away a little of the meaning and connotation of it. The composition and design refer to the signs that we see in the streets of Mexico and I think that since it is a campaign in Spanish, its message can be more powerful.

25% of each sale goes to the artist. 75% of each sale goes to Keep A Breast. Funds support our work in Mexico.

These limited editions as NFTs are also IRL screen-printed posters. They were created in collaboration with Keep A Breast and six artists from Mexico City to promote the launch of the Keep A Breast App in Spanish.

Through art, we can uniquely communicate and express deep, complex concepts and emotions. We can also engage people in conversations about health and community activism in a new way and sometimes in an unlikely location, like a cafe or in the streets with street art.

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Tócate Las Chichis by Alina Kiliwa

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Each NFT comes with a hand-silkscreened and is hand-signed/numbered by the artist.

From the artist Alina Kiliwa: I decided to play with the Mexican language. Using the word “chichis” to refer to breasts is often used a double entendre or in a derogatory way to laugh at or make fun of. That’s why I wanted to normalize this word by using it differently, trying to tell people to explore it for themselves. It seemed to me that it is easier to reach people by using this word for breasts and taking away a little of the meaning and connotation of it. The composition and design refer to the signs that we see in the streets of Mexico and I think that since it is a campaign in Spanish, its message can be more powerful.

25% of each sale goes to the artist. 75% of each sale goes to Keep A Breast. Funds support our work in Mexico.

These limited editions as NFTs are also IRL screen-printed posters. They were created in collaboration with Keep A Breast and six artists from Mexico City to promote the launch of the Keep A Breast App in Spanish.

Through art, we can uniquely communicate and express deep, complex concepts and emotions. We can also engage people in conversations about health and community activism in a new way and sometimes in an unlikely location, like a cafe or in the streets with street art.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
Token ID
Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Earnings
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2%
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Date