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Chippewa artist inspired by Idle No More opens storefront in Toronto

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Jay Soule, also known as Chippewar, has opened a studio storefront in Toronto where he sells his line of clothing and politically-charged pop art made Indigenous. (Rhiannon Johnson/CBC)

Jay Soule creates silkscreen-printed clothing with politically-charged pop art

By Rhiannon Johnson, CBC News, Dec 16, 2017

Multimedia artist Jay Soule, who uses the pseudonym Chippewar, has just opened a store front, studio and tattoo parlour all in one in Toronto.

The shop, Chippewar Nation on Queen Street West, is lined with Soule’s paintings as well as silkscreen-printed clothing that re-purposes the images from his paintings. Read the rest of this entry