As part of the #NotMyKing protests, I came across a printmaker and artist whose work I explored further. Highly discouraged by my wife from putting up something explicitly anti-monarchy, I instead placed this from Katherine Anteney on view through the window of my home office.

It’s from a Brazilian anti-dictatorship protest song from the 1970s and roughly translated as: “Everything is good, everything is great, but what happens tomorrow, mate, when they take your carnival away?"

Seems appropriate for this weekend, anyway.

Source: Comportamento Geral | Katherine Anteney