Get your protest on
- June 22, 2010 7:26 AM |
- By G20 Street Team
Window of Green Shag boutique in Toronto (Kim Fox/CBC News)
By Kim Fox, CBC News
Walking along Queen Street West last night, I passed Green Shag, a boutique that currently features a "protest wear" window.
The boutique was shut, but according to the Globe and Mail the shirts were designed by creative director Victoria McPhedran to commemorate the G20.
One T-shirt features the CN tower morphing into a peace sign, another features the tower morphing into a certain angry gesture one does with their finger when they're not impressed.
Related: Protest clogs downtown
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