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Prairie Fruit Arts X Unbelts

A limited-edition artist collab and Pride Month fundraiser celebrating the diversity of breasts and chests.


“Freeing the nipple always seems to be about freeing one kind of nipple. With this design I tried to combat that – I wanted to not just normalize, but celebrate the diversity of our chests. I've had big saggy boobs, I've had perky (but scarred) boobs, and these days I have no boobs. Each under-represented in their own way. This design is intended to be a colourful confetti of chests, including many kinds of chests that you don't see represented enough: man boobs, single mastectomy chests, chest-feeding boobs, top surgery scars, and more. I went with a colouring book kind of style in an attempt to capture the innocence, the silliness, and most importantly – the joy. The joy of seeing yourself represented.” - Spencer


Spenser Blackwood

Spencer Blackwood (Praire Fruit Arts) is a trans-androgynous lesbian artist local to Amiskwaciy Treaty 6 Territory / Edmonton. They live and thrive with their two spouses and three noisy wiener dogs. Besides co-owning Chubby Fem Thrift (a local online plus-size thrift store), they also run a small Etsy shop selling stickers and prints of their art. Their art focuses on themes such as fat-positivity, sapphic love, and trans acceptance.

Supporting Shades of Colour

For every Prairie Fruit Arts x Unbelts Intrepid sold, Unbelts will donate $15 to Shades of Colour and for every Bevvie Sleeve sold, we will donate $3. SOC is a QTBIPOC peer support, mutual aid and harm reduction advocacy collective in Edmonton, Alberta / Amiskwaciy, Treaty 6 Territory.