F*ck it! F*ck! F*ck. F*ck. F*ck. F*ckity f*ck!
Guernsey, Sarnia Cherie, gem of the sea, snapped back into a hard and fast lockdown on Saturday 24 January 2021 at Highnoon.
Full lockdown previously came into force on 25th March and ended on 8th April 2020. This also included restricting the community’s movements, closing all non-essential businesses, closing the schools and stopping all non-essential travel.
The mural, sponsored by Soroptimist International Guernsey, is a reimagining of the iconic ‘Rosie the Riveter,’ depicting a frontline healthcare worker in front of a Guernsey flag.
The original was a digital image created by Tom Rowe of Carve-Creative. But on Liberation Day this year, local artists Nina Thomson, Tessa Le Gallez and Luisa de Freitas Alves recreated it as a 4’ x 4’ mural on Vazon headland.
Mother Pukka is campaigning for flexappeal and for businesses to respect and reflect a parent’s role in this ongoing pandemic parenting sh*tstorm. What a sh*tshow. Child and parent centered working guidelines should be commonplace and routine, please.