Char atchk (evil eye) patch


The evil eye, or char atchk in Armenian, is a curse believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when they aren’t looking. The nazar, a blue amulet with an eye in the middle, is worn, carried or displayed to ward off this evil and protect us from harm. I have used this traditional symbol mixed with the symbol of Antifa, anti-fascists, who do the work of warding off the evil of fascism and other forms of bigotry and hatred. The char atchk is circled by olive branches, a symbol of peace and victory. This branch illustration is taken from my Free Palestine posters. Olive trees are known for their ability to thrive in harsh conditions; these drought-resistant trees can grow and produce fruit for thousands of years. They represent a resilient and unwavering attachment to the land that parallels that of the Palestinian people. Our fight against fascism is global.

Three color screen printed patch

Please note that all patches are printed on reclaimed fabric, and the patch you receive may not reflect the example photos. Include a note with your order for preferences and I will try to do my best to accommodate, but there are no guarantees as the fabrics change often.
Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 10 × 13 in
Fabric Color

Any Pattern, White on White pattern, White

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