Dear lovely and amazing contributors,

Please take a look at the art prints below and decide which one you would like. If you have contributed $200 or more and do not live in the New York area, you  can choose two prints.

The promotional period has ended, and all prints have shipped. Thank you to our artists and contributors for helping to make this film possible.

Lila Yomtoob

Photo by Myleen Hollero

1. Delta Wave

Artist: Myleen Hollero

8×10 photograph on fujicolor archival paper

Myleen Hollero is a San Francisco based photographer with a documentary and portraits background. Some clients include: SFMOMA, SF Bike Coalition, Google, The Bold Italic, Hyphen Magazine, Giant Robot Magazine, and Poketo.


2. A New Way of Living Confronts The US, 2013.

Artist: Sarah G. Sharp

From a series titled “The Youth Communes and the Pacific States.”

14″ x11”, archival inkjet print and embroidery thread on paper.

These collages utilize found images of communes and idealized nature on the west coast of the US from popular media sources like Time Magazine. Most of these images are from the late 1960’s-1970’s and represent popular media’s attempt to explain utopian subcultures to American society at large.

Sarah G. Sharp is an artist whose studio practice and research cuts across and brings together her interests in alternative social histories, language, place, intuitive processes and craft. She holds an MFA and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art, Criticism and Theory from Purchase College, SUNY, and is the recipient of several residencies and fellowships worldwide. She is faculty at SVA and Lecturer at Purchase College, SUNY. Sarah lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.


3. Wolf

Artist: Nathalie Roland

10×10 four color woodcut reduction print on archival paper

Nathalie Roland is a printmaker and music enthusiast living in San Francisco. She has done murals for Google Campus and Poketo Pop Up Store, several album and magazine covers, and recently created deisgn’s for Poketo’s “Adventure Time” wallet series. Her work is availabe at Ed Varie in New York, and Aldea and Little Paper Airplanes in San Francisco.



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