I See D.C. Enamel Pin
I See D.C. Enamel Pin
I See D.C. Enamel Pin
I See D.C. Enamel Pin

I See D.C. Enamel Pin

  • Designed and sourced in Washington, D.C.
  • 1 3/4 X 3/4 inches
  • Enamel with soft rubber pin backers
  • Limited edition
  • Sport this fancy enamel pin with any of your floral outfits! A cute accessory for any season, this eyeglass shaped pin was designed by a Washington D.C., artist who works from the belief that representation matters. Using personal illustrations, graphic design, patterns, and symbols from Africa, Asia, and Europe she creates products that are visual metaphors for her African American history and present day experience.

  • Spring in Washington celebrates the cherry trees and their beautiful pink and white flowers that bloom in late March. Every year, Cherry Blossom Festival performers put on a colorful show right in front of the National Archives steps. The majority of the trees are located near the Tidal Basin, where they are most popularly viewed. The Japanese cherry trees were a gift from Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo City to the city of Washington on March 27, 1912. The National Archives holds many records related to the United States' relationship with Japan.