ink and x-acto blade on textbook, 8" x 8" Available in Store

Designs carved into a school textbook reveal figures such as Gabriela Silang, Ho Chi Minh, Marx, Zapata, and Lapu-Lapu hidden under its pages. The razor blade between Bambu's teeth symbolizes revolutionary action, which can dissect cultural genocide and mental occupation to reveal untold truths.

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