No Ban | No Registry | Fuck White Supremacy

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This piece represents the seven predominantly Muslim countries listed in the 2017 travel ban. Long-distance migratory birds hold the national flowers of Libya, Yemen, Iran, Iraq, and Syria, and landmarks and symbols from Sudan and Somalia are intertwined with traditional Islamic architectural patterning and tracery. 

The phrases used reflect signs created during protest of the ban.

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100% of profits benefit the Council on American-Islamic Relations
Linocut printed in copper and black on Japanese Kozo
24x28" signed and numbered, edition of 6

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No Wall | No Fences | No Borders | No One is Illegal

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The I.C.E. actively tears families apart. Wanting a better life for yourself and your children doesn't make you a criminal.

Phrases used around the border reflect signs created during protest of racial profiling and anti-immigrant American culture.

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100% of profits benefit the Immigrant Welcome Center
Linocut printed in gold and black oil on Japanese Kozo
24x28" signed and numbered, edition of 6

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No DAPL | No Colonialism | No Genocide

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Struggle against Native genocide isn't over. Clean water is a basic human necessity.

The phrases used reflect signs created during protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline and support for protectors of clean water.

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100% of profits benefit the Standing Rock Legal Fund
Linocut printed in deep copper and black oil on Japanese Kozo
24x28" signed and numbered, edition of 6

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Dark Days & Solidarity

This body of work was presented as part of the 2017 Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI) conference in Atlanta, GA. The exhibition is currently on view as a 2-person show with Art Hazelwood at Hi-Lo Press. The video below shows live-printing done at the opening with information about I.C.E. raids. 

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