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Unemployed Philosophers Enamel Pins
Wear your heart on your sleeve and inspiration on your lapel! These colorful die-cast Enamel Pins feature historical figures, cultural icons, and big ideas.
They're packaged in sets of two with rubber pin backs that really hold on.
Each pair of Enamel Pins not only speaks to each other - they're made to mix and match and mash-up in hundreds of combinations.
Now your backpack or favorite jacket can join the cultural conversation!
19th Amendment: Remember the decades-long struggle of the suffragists – from the first Woman’s Rights Convention (1848) through ratification of the 19th Amendment (1920) – every time you make your voice heard at the ballot box!
RBG: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s opinion: “I dissent.” – Bush v. Gore 531 U.S. 98, 144
Billie Holiday: Billie Holiday wore her heart on her sleeve and her ever-present white gardenia in her hair.
Bob Ross: Bob Ross and his Happy Little Tree are here to remind you: “It’s so important to do something every day that will make you happy.”
Frida: Show some love for the iconic Frida Kahlo by making a point with this pin set! Not only do you get a Frida pin in her floral glory but also a pin of her beloved pet monkey immortalized in the painting “Fuland-Chang and I.”
Jane Austen: For the bookworm in all of us, this Jane Austen pin set has your name written all over it! Ok, maybe not, but it DOES feature a likeness of the Pride and Prejudice author and a complimentary pin of some of her most beloved novels.
Mister Rogers: Mister Rogers and Trolley will go with you wherever you go... and back home again.
Rosie the Riveter: An icon of female strength, determination and perseverance, this Rosie the Riveter pin set will give you the positive affirmation you need to take on the world! One pin features the classic Rosie pose, showing the red handkerchief-wearing Riveter flexing her strength! The other, a pin with the timeless “We an Do It!” quote synonymous with Rosie the Riveter.