Solar Energy Installations – Humanitarian Aid

Global Solar Water Powered Systems – SPX Global Iraq In the beginning of the second Gulf War, occupation forces bombed all of Iraq’s infrastructure including their water systems making safe, clean drinking water inaccessible to innocent men, women and children trapped inside the war zone created around them. During that time, 70% of the population…

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Not1More ICE Shutdown

America’s immigration policies have done one thing very well… keep our prison populations at capacity. When you understand that this is a for profit institution collecting bonuses for meeting maximum quotas, you make the connection that the corporations lobbying and pushing these policies are the very same ones reaping the bonuses. This is done without…

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Damo Day Chicago – We Charge Genocide

In the build up to Damo Day, which was a day of remembrance for the murder of Dominque Franklin Jr. by the hands of Chicago Police Department (CPD), We Charge Genocide held another installment of Radical Education about arts and activism for the community of Chicago.I was requested by the local grassroots and organizations to…

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Whistleblower Painting – The Intercept, Citizenfour and Dirty Wars Launch

In Brooklyn New York  the paperback launch of “Dirty Wars” featured Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald & Laura Poitras who are all founding members and editors of The Intercept. The magazine was supposed to serve as a platform to report on the documents released by Edward Snowden in the short term, and to “produce fearless, adversarial…

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COAL KILLS – The Screen Print Process

This is some brief insight into the process of a four color screen print which was rather ambitious considering it was my very first print. There was several design revisions and overall concept changes but this is a short outline of how this process was executed from start to finish.   Coming from the Black…

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