Imagine music, theater, comedy acts, puppets, parades, and games in states all over the US as people wait to cast their vote… in your mind, is it there to entertain the voters, or to celebrate past political struggles? Two groups will offer contending visions from either side of the debate this election day. One, a [...]
This one-off was inspired by the British Surrealist Group’s 1938 pamphlet titled “We Ask Your Attention.” It’s the largest digitally produced piece I’ve ever created, close to 3′x5′. Pictures of the framed piece after the jump… sorry folks, no download for this one, it’s a special edition limited to one.
John Emerson of Social Design Notes has many thoughts that we like, so when he commented on the pace of social change by creating the image below, we shared in his hope and optimism by creating t-shirts for our friends and loved ones. Check out the pictures below, and see his original image here. Thanks [...]
I’ve spent the past few months researching community radio in rural Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Last month I helped produce a broadcast in Cow Head, NL. For four days we broadcasted on 102.5fm and filled the airwaves with local content: live studio performances, interviews with school children and community members, local poetry, and on Friday [...]
Oakland, California based Art for a Democratic Society “combines aspects of traditional grassroots political organizing with participatory performance art and social practice techniques.” Their monthly Street Salons engage the public in interactive projects and polls about art and its relation to politics and society. Other projects include a reaction to the Wall Street bailout package [...]