Favianna Rodriguez

Favianna Rodriguez 12″x18″, digital print Image by Favianna Rodriguez in collaboration with Movement Generation. Favianna Rodriguez is an interdisciplinary artist, cultural organizer, and political activist. Her art and collaborative projects address migration, economic inequality, gender justice, and ecology. Favianna lectures globally on the power of art, cultural organizing and technology to inspire social change, and […]

Pete Ralland

Pete Railand 12″x18″, screenprint Image by Pete Railand in collaboration with Occupy Sandy. Pete Railand is based in Milwaukee and is a print maker, educator, bike rider, and self-taught musician. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a broad coalition of groups sprang up under the umbrella of Occupy Sandy to provide assistance, relief and solidarity […]

Jesse Purcell

Jesse Purcell 12″x18″, screenprint Image by Jesse Purcell in collaboration with The Unis’tot’en. Jesse Purcell is an artist and designer based in Toronto. He is a member of Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative and the founder of Repetitive Press, a screen printing and design studio with a focus on producing visual materials in support of movements for […]

Gilda Posada

Gilda Posada 12″x18″, digital print Image by Gilda Posada in collaboration with the California Environmental Justice Alliance. Artist statement: “I see art as a way to bring things to life. If people see themselves in the image, they can become more aware, or question things more, as the beginning of taking action. It’s made me […]

Roger Peet

Roger Peet 12″x18″, screenprint Image by Roger Peet in collaboration with Portland and Wild Idaho Rising Tide Roger Peet is an artist and printmaker currently living in Portland, OR. His work tends to focus on issues of ecology and violence, and on relations between the human and non-human realms. He collaborates with artists, activists, and scientists around […]

Nicolas Medina

Nicolas Medina 12″x18″, digital print Image by Nicolas Medina in collaboration with People Organizing To Demand Environmental & Economic Rights. Nicolas Medina is a CultureStrike artist, and community organizer living in Oakland, CA. People Organizing To Demand Environmental & Economic Rights (PODER)’s mission is to organize with Latino immigrant families and youth to create solutions […]


Mazatl 12″x18″, screenprint. Image by Mazatl in collaboration with Reclaim Turtle Island. Mazatl is an activist and artist who lives in Mexico, where he takes part in several collectives seeking social/political/environmental justice. His art is inspired by the work individuals and collectives do to free themselves of the noose around their necks. Reclaim Turtle Island […]

Colin Matthes

Colin Matthes 12″x18″, screenprint Image by Colin Matthes in collaboration with Missourian Organizing for Reform and Empowerment.  Colin Matthes makes work about engineering the absurd, which allows him to address economic and environmental crisis from a funny, critical, and perversely industrious point of view. His practice includes painting, drawing, installation, zine and graphic production, and […]

Fernando Marti

Fernando Martí 12″x18″, screenprint. Image by Fernando Marti in collaboration with No More Deaths. Fernando Martí, originally from Guayaquil, Ecuador, grew up crossing borders all his life. Now a San Francisco-based printmaker, architect, and writer, he brings his formal training in architecture and urbanism, as well as his engagement with urban politics, to his prints, […]

NIcolas Lampert

Nicolas Lampert 12″x18″, screenprint. Image by Nicolas Lampert in collaboration with the Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands. Nicolas Lampert is a Milwaukee-based interdisciplinary artist and author whose work focuses on themes of social justice and ecology. His art been exhibited internationally and at museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, MASS […]