10th anniversary issue is out!
The Scottish anarchist John Turner, first person to be deported from the US under the Anarchist Exclusion Act of 1903
now with 100% more Actually-Happening! The Red & Black had to cancel the first try at this last month (they’ve been going through a rough time). But they rescheduled and now the art show is happening this Saturday and will include:
-the 10th anniversary of our DIY publisher, Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness
-the release of the 10th anniversary issue of SHAFP, #17! the first new issue in years!
-vegan cake! (I hope.)
come hang out with me so I’m not eating vegan cake all by myself!
New necklace design.
how do I leave the source intact? let alone a click-through link?
These are the skulls of the criminals and enemies of tribal peoples who practiced various forms of binding to prevent the spirits of the dead from exacting revenge. Some are bound with wood, some with bone, some with rope; most had the lips or mouth stopped or sewn shut somehow,…
Awhile back I made an indesign template for designing one-inch buttons. I’m not sure why I never posted it before now.
1. This civilization is, from its foundation, unsustainable. It probably cannot be salvaged, and, what’s more, it would be undesirable to do so.
2. It is neither possible, nor desirable, to return to a pre-civilized state of being.
3. It is therefore desirable to imagine and enact a post-civilized culture.
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