Handing out signs at Denny Park on August 13 before an anti-racist counter protest. Photo credit: Associated Press.
Some people listen to music and knit or get stoned and fold origami to relieve stress. I make protest signs and watch Star Trek.
You’ve probably found your way here because you’ve got one of my signs and you read the link off the handle. I’m so glad you have a piece of my artwork. If you like the sign, please feel free to hold onto it. At some point, I’d love it if you’d pay it forward by handing it off to someone awesome you meet at a protest.
If you want to return the sign to me, that’s great too. I’ll happily make you one of your very own. Send me a note using the contact form below and let me know what you’d like your sign to say. Then we can make arrangements to do a handoff and maybe get a cup of coffee if you’d like to chat.
“It’s up to us to be the adults in the room.”
Kind of a no-brainer question.
This is the one I carry at protests. Come say hi if you see it!
I do not feel bad about marking up the Russian flag. Not even one bit.
I honestly don’t know what’s taking so long. Election rigging was favor from a foreign prince. Open and shut case.
Noah helping me stencil letters.
Another favorite of mine.
“45” is what many activists use to refer to the orange menace in the White House because we know he gets a boner every time someone says his name.
When I learned this, it chilled me to the bone. I know Putin seems like just another money hungry oligarch, but the fact that white supremacist ideologues like him so much makes me afraid.
One of my personal favorites. 🙂
I used two different shades of blue and a shade of dark red to make the gradient in “Lives.” I used stamps and colored pens for the different words. The words “black lives” sometimes come to sound like a monolith. I thought it was important to call out the specifics.