The street as an organic place, hopefully to be dismantled by nature one day – Vegan Punks. Yellow Punk by Farangis Yegane. http://punk.farangis.de/green_punk
Punks, feminism, female autonomy and antiquity. Oil on hardboard. A painting from the 1980ies by Farangis G. Yegane. http://punk.farangis.de/green_punk
Farangis Yegane: Punk and antiquity again, another acrylic, http://punk.farangis.de/green_punk
Political punk, all about autonomy, but relating to the world as understood. Why has punk been the only youth movement in the early 80ies that made Animal Rights its topic. The others failed. The tradition is still alive.
Another relatively early work by Farangis Yegane from the 80ies. Mindwinds: Two other pink punks – punk women, punk as an expression of female autonomy, feminist punks, feminism and punks and anti-hierarchy. Vegan punk and vegan punks, animal rights and punk, and this all happened in the 80ies with the emergence of AR punk / and hippy punk / political punk http://punk.farangis.de/pink_punk . Times have changed, new AR punk, new vegan punk, new feminist punk with old values. Roots. Antiquity and punk, folklore and punk, common culture and punk.
Farangis Yegane, two black and white printed punks, http://punk.farangis.de/punks_in_print