Friday, November 18, 2016

Celebrate Kansas City Safety Pin Creativity



The safety pin movement to show support for the vulnerable in the current Prez-Elect Trump climate has earned a great deal of support and some criticism as well.

What we want to celebrate is locals taking an idea and making it their own.

And example from Kansas City creative Dave Dalton . . .

Just in case there was any doubt about Hammerspace Community Workshop being a safe place for EVERYONE...

HUGE 3D PRINTED SAFETY PIN!!!

(Made at HammerSpace in KCMO)

Mr. Dalton pinned this symbol of acceptance near his workshop for all to see and it's one of many sign that the local creative community stands out from popular voter sentiment here in flyover country.

15 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited and creative I'm gonna open a place called Cow Mountain Coffee and Soda Pop!

Anonymous said...

Giant diaper pin for snowflakes struggling to process life under Trump.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to do a love of whining exhibit at a streetcar stop on Thanksgiving day.

Anonymous said...

Party's over kids. Time to grow up and start being adults.

Anonymous said...

Seems right with all the cry babies shitting in their diapers

Anonymous said...

Come see my Snowflakes in Mourning exhibit in front of the utility box downtown in River Market tomorrow morning!

Anonymous said...

What a fucking cuck.

Anonymous said...

LOLZ, what CUCK BOYS.

Anonymous said...

My monkey and I would like to perform on our organ at Cow Mountain. Let the creative movement flow, bro!

Bob said...

He doesn't need that big a safety pin to keep his diaper in place.

Anonymous said...

A safety pin is useful, unlike that idiot holding an oversized, useless replica of a safety pin.

Anonymous said...

I give credit to Dave. He's out there making stuff, building things and helping to teach people while most everybody else is just bitching on the Internet.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO

My special order Prince Albert piercing is finally ready!!!

Anonymous said...

This is one of the few places in town who really CAN 3D print a prototype or product, not just talk about it. You can join the fun and enroll with your older children in a 3D printing class or hire one of the members 3D print something for a fee. Yes, I know, every library has one, but nobody knows how to use it. Open house is Thursday evening, and families are welcome to take a tour. (Closed Thanksgiving though). There is a "kids room" for the "little makers" (lots of Legos, games, and other stuff). There are soft drinks and snacks (chips, candy bars, etc.) for sale. There are lots of people who are willing to share their expertise, as well as welding, molding, jewelry making, and other classes available to members and non members for a small fee. If you haven't shown up for a visit yet, you and the kids are missing out.









Anonymous said...

Niggers need those safety pins, to pin back their huge fucking lips..