I designed this new bandanna for 2020. It’s inspired by how acts of care, empathy, and connection can boost individual resilience.
Two-color screenprint on 100% cotton bandanna. 22 x 22 inches.*
I loved the way Sasha articulated her powerful, jubiliant fight for the right to belong. Part of a project exploring belonging in the S.F. Bay Area.
Three-color screenprint on 100% cotton bandanna. 22 x 22 inches. Reprinted in 2020.*
NYYLY’s sense of belonging comes from a strong sense of self. I was inspired by concrete poetry to convey her determination to stay true to herself in all contects. Part of a project exploring belonging in the S.F. Bay Area.
Two-color screenprint on 100% cotton bandanna. 22 x 22 inches. Reprinted in 2020.*
*Screenprinted by Forthrite Printing, an independent, artist-run small business in Oakland, CA.
One hundred contributors share their stories of belonging in the San Francisco Bay Area, alongside nine maps of places of belonging. Includes images and info about 25 hand-lettered certificates and six hand-printed bandannas. 116 pages in full color, edited and designed by the artist. More info.
Maps and excerpts of contributors’ stories about places of belonging in Albuquerque, NM. From a project on belonging.
24 pages. 8.5 x 7 inches.
Based on survey responses from 112 artists, Inter/dependence is a 20-page ’zine featuring an essay and nine data visualizations exploring the positive psychological benefits of art practice, relatedness, and self-organized activities. Reprinted in 2020. More info.
Exploring creative collaborations through the results of a survey, and interviews with Kevin B. Chen, Amanda Curreri, Leeza Meksin and Eleana Anagnos, Armando Minjarez, Elizabeth Travelslight, and Linnebur & Miller. Part of a All the Steps in the Process.
28 pages. 8.5 x 7 inches. Reprinted in 2020.
Horoscopophilia is a broadside with 12 perforated cards, one for each Chinese zodiac sign. On the back are questions for reflection and conversation on how each sign’s characteristics might shape political agency—the positive exercise of rights, capacities, and possibilities for action.
Two-color Risograph. Printed by artist-run Colpa Press in San Francisco, CA, and perforated by the artist. 11 x 17 inches. Edition of 70; signed and numbered. Ships rolled in a tube.
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