Anonymous asked: Hi there! I am writing to ask permission to use you "A woman's place is in the revolution" image as part of a public presentation I am doing about activism and girls' empowerment. I am happy to add your URL. The presentation is part of a Pecha Kucha event and will be videotaped. Thank you for your consideration!
You know what's disgusting that I see alot of now...
aluasasit: foreverbroke: Homeless mothers begging for money with their children. Like ok, you wanna ask people for money? Cool. But please don’t bring your child, you would never get sympathy from me for that. That’s so degrading, keep that shit away from me, I’m too positive for that. LOL WAT Yeah cause what they should do is pay for a baby sitter.
The Making and Baking of Banners and Biscuits The mother as an artist. Disbanding the myth of the artistic sanctuary and a space to create. Two and a half hours of embroidery, feeding, changing, entertaining, and cuddling. Photography: Marcus Salvagno Editing: Karl Fitzgerald Music: Line of Flight - Revolution Void revolutionvoid.com It’s Never Too Late to Mend: Rayna Fahey solo...
Research Survey - Please Participate!
counter-craft: Do you consider yourself a crafter? For one of my classes I had to design an online survey. This research survey will also help my master’s thesis research. If you consider yourself a crafter please participate! Thank you for your help! (AND it’s only 10 questions.) Please reblog! Thanks
Knitting Rebellion - Syria
DMC to Hex/RGB Values - Download the free chart
geexstitch: If you’ve found an image that you’d like to convert to cross stitch, you may be stuck finding accurate colours to match. Often image-to-cross-stitch-chart software/generators don’t quite get the colours right. To help you choose your colours more carefully, use this free DMC to Hex/RGB (and vice versa) chart from xstitchtreasures.com, available both as a PDF and Excel files. ...
counter craft: Margarita Benitez, artist →
counter-craft: Margarita Benitez is an art + technology and fiber artist based in Chicago + Miami. She is interested in the explorations of art within the making and DIY culture. Her work is rooted in exploring underlying social issues in technology – exploring how today’s society copes with the overwhelming…
Can craft contribute to urban development? The New... →
counter-craft: Karen Yair wrote an interesting article exploring the ways we can bring about change through craft. I’m excited that she mentions the course I was in last semester with Professor Nitin Sawhney. Yair is a researcher, writer and educator with a passion for creative social innovation and the creative industries.
Final Draft of 'counter craft'
counter-craft: countercraft_finaldraft so want a paper copy!!
Hoopla Radical Craft Zine - Issue #1
counter-craft: Finally available for download - $.50 Australian Issue #1 September 2007 Featuring: Radical Craft History Craftivism Cross Stitch Sock Monkey Knitting Climate Change Craft Hoopla began as a zine made for the Craft and Storytelling workshop at the 2007 TiNA Festival in Newcastle. And has now turned into a biannual publication, showcasing the world of radical craft and...
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-12-18) →
Gil Scott-Heron (15) Sufjan Stevens (15) Cate McQuillen; Hewey Eustace (13) Arrested Development (12) Salmonella Dub (11) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-12-11) →
Hugh Masekela (21) Twinset (20) Pony Bravo (15) The Nudge (13) Nina Simone (12) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-12-4) →
Roots Manuva (14) Salmonella Dub (11) Burning Spear (10) Radiohead (8) Hirini Melbourne & Richard Nunns (7) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-11-27) →
Gil Scott-Heron (7) Miles Davis (4) Bob Marley & The Wailers (4) Gétatchèw Mèkurya (3) Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (3) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz
My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2011-11-20) →
Scrimshire (17) The Be Good Tanyas (15) Hugh Masekela (12) Gil Scott-Heron (12) Sufjan Stevens (11) Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz