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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

// United Notions Apparel Design

I am proud to announce my contribution to the clothing company, Mozaiks. My line of t-shirts is called United Notions.

United Notions brings into view an instantaneous and interconnected awareness. As an eclipse crawls across the face, we dance beneath a vastness! Through wires, and between skies, it will be known: this time is ours.


When all is said and done, the auto industry will have a lot of old junk to take care of.


While our economy is in a state of distress, those up top are doing the best the best they can to avoid the repercussions of their actions.

Printed with high quality ink, on American Apparel shirts!

To order yours, go here!

Saturday, September 11, 2010

// Main St. $marts

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"Main St. $marts displays the same street savvy and grasp of economic issues that has made the author such an effective campaigner. As a candidate for state and local office in Massachusetts, Grace Ross has helped popularize common sense ideas for creating a more just society. The tax, housing, education, and environmental policies she favors would create jobs and strengthen communities. Her book is a great guide to the new agenda we need but still don't have in Washington."
--Steve Early, author of Embedded With Organized Labor: Journalistic Reflections on the Class War at Home

More info here.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

// Self Portrait 2010

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An unintentional tradition. I realized that I've been doing self portraits around this time for the past few years. Feels good to get back into drawing after a quasi-break.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

// Andy the Scarecrow

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More from Andy the Scarecrow, the Children's Book I am illustrating with my cousin, Caleb Fiero.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

// Andy the Scarecrow

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I'm working on a children's book with my cousin, Caleb Fiero. It's called Andy the Scarecrow. I'm really excited to show off more of this in the future, but this is all I can show for now. More later this year!

Sunday, August 23, 2009

// Radish + Barcode Scanner

I am proud announce my two new t-shirt designs for the Woven Project, a clothing company based out of Boston. For more info, plus the online store, click here. Enter affiliate code "joe" at checkout to get a 10% discount! All these shirts are printed on American Apparel.

radish - from Latin radix, radic- ‘root’
roots - family, ethnic, or cultural origins, esp. as the reasons for one’s long standing emotional attachment to a place or community
radical - of or relating to the root of something

"The barcode scanner is symbolic of our society's pension for rapid consumerism and its twisted laser represents how the movement for "think globally act locally" diligently works in opposition."

Shirts woven, sewn, printed and dyed in America on 100% organic cotton. Printed using non-PVC water based inks in Massachusetts!

Order some shirts!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

// Water Boarding

Do you know what this feels like?

...My final illustration for Jean-Francois Allaux, at UMASS Dartmouth.

May '09