KATE SHEPHERD - 2nd EDITION WONDER WOMAN CHOCOLATES MARIEBELLE NEW YORK

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KATE SHEPHERD - 2nd EDITION WONDER WOMAN CHOCOLATES MARIEBELLE NEW YORK

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Available for shipping February 3rd, 2018 - Just in time for Valentine's Day!

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KATE SHEPHERD 2nd EDITION WONDER WOMAN MARIEBELLE CHOCOLATES

Limited edition chocolate ganache 16 piece box set. White box with pink and black double line WW drawing.

 

weR2 launched this product with renowned artist, Kate Shepherd in December of 2017, and decided that with each new product made by weR2, we will make a contribution to an organization we and our artist partners hold dear. We want to give exposure and funds to support causes that contribute to making our world a better place. In the spirit of giving and women’s empowerment, weR2 is donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this product to support the Women’s Prison Association. http://www.wpaonline.org

Produced by weR2, Kate Shepherd’s Wonder Woman Puzzle is made in the finest chocolates by MarieBelle New York. This delicious and provocative boxed set of 16 assorted chocolate ganache comes assembled but scrambled creating a playful yet poignant perspective on the use of one of America’s most favorite icons. The perfect gift for anyone who wants to give the power. Anytime is the right time to celebrate the women. 


Wonder Woman is an aspirational character created by William Moulton Marston in 1941 inspired by the author’s wife and Margaret Sanger, the pioneer of birth control. While women have broken through many societal and sexual barriers since then, there have also been major setbacks regarding rights and equality. In light of recent exposure of myriad sexual harassment cases, we are newly aware that we must continue liberating women from blatant and subtle constraints and trespasses. The artist chose to draw this character in a scrambled form like a plastic movable puzzle to remind us of the construction that is still necessary. She used the original Wonder Woman’s image from the 1940s to bring to light not only present struggles but also the history of our incremental triumphs.

 

About Women’s Prison Association WPA works with women at all stages of criminal justice involvement.  WPA promotes alternatives to incarceration and helps women living in the community to avoid arrest or incarceration by making positive changes in their lives.  Inside prison and jail, WPA is a source of support to women and a resource to them as they plan for release. After incarceration, women come to WPA for help to build the lives they want for themselves and their families in the community.  

To learn more about Women’s Prison Association or to contribute more to this important organization go to www.wpaonline.org