My artwork was featured on the cover of the new SmartMeme Re:Imagining Change book out on PM Press. The actual design was by Nick Jehlen, and the bubbles with the sketches of the 1968 Olympic resistance, and Suffragettes were mine.
A Celebrate People’s History poster about how occupations by black students helped create African and African American studies departments in universities across the country. 2006.
My first oil painting!
Sketch of a dragon on two canvasses, with Rumi quotes
Drawing of my father for Chanukah
There is a local tea collective in the Bay Area that is about to launch. They’re going to sell bottled organic tea regionally and use the proceeds to help fund grassroots groups who don’t have access to big funders. I am designing their bottle labels. Here’s a logo I did for them.
And here is a banner I did for their website, based on a banner I painted for Mobilization for Climate Justice West’s 1,000 Cancuns Grassroots Organizing Cools the Planet action in San Francisco:
In 2006 a movie came out about undocumented Latino immigrant skate punk boys in South Central LA. Its called Wassup Rockers and is an adventure movie about them escaping from Beverly Hills in once piece. I designed the artwork for the independent promotion of it. Here’s a stencil I made of a kid ollying over the border fence. It’s the sticker version. You can watch the movie here. Warning: parts of it are pretty messed up.
A self-portrait sketch from the inside of a ‘zine I published in 2004 called Excuse Me, Can You Please Pass the Privilege?
Stickers I made for the Clean Up RBC Tar Sands campaign.
Some random stencil art that I’ve done: Public Enemy. 2005.
Peter Tosh. 2004.
Books Not Bombs was a project some friends and I did in high school and college, distributing free political literature across the Northeast. Stencil from 2002.
Free Palestine. 2004.
Sketch of Van Jones for the book cover above. 2008.
Remember when this dude ruled the world? I was making stencils of presidents before it was fashionable. 2002.
I used to live in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. These are some crosshatch sketches I did of friends while there in 2003.
Okay this is just silly, but I couldn’t deprive you of this one.