Sadly, as always, the moment that I need my tools to work is when they fail me. Printer is uncooperative so won't be able to sell these prints this weekend as anticipated. There are still reasons to visit me though! I'll have with me some fine prints (screenprints, intaglio, etc), paintings, zines, and various postcards and illustrations. Bring your lovely self to the AMFM gallery on Feb 25 -see previous post!
I'll be participating in a small show following my birthday. The purpose will be to sell prints/zines/small paintings. Please come by and show your support :)
Send your images to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured! Please include a) Your name/IG or twitter handle B) If possible, where the photograph was taken (what march or event) C) The issue you care about and why. Until then, share, download, and get informed!
The first set of protest prints are done (more to come, others are in the inking/scanning stage). Oh how I look forward to my birthday and a new scanner that won't take 10 minutes to scan one image! Oh how I look forward to high resolution and seconds per print! In the meantime, there's just so much to talk about and never enough time. If you have a moment, comment with some issues you'd like to see tackled in the next round of prints. So far I will be focusing on issues such as: immigrations, refugees, DAPL, and LGBT rights. If you have any ideas, i'm open to hearing em! In the meantime, download, share, and get informed on the issues and how you can make a difference in this nonsense world. (If you have time, download the Countable app to read up on issues and weigh in.)
Anything That Can Go Wrong is an ongoing zine/comics memoir published by Chicago based painter/illustrator Mia Cruz. Mia (Maria) hates her name, has no pets, no future, and is a recent graduate of Columbia College Chicago (B.A. Art and Design). At 23, she remains clueless about her life in general.