Capitalism Sucks Art Show Paintings (2012 - )
These works are part of an public street artwork exhibit shown first in 2013 and ongoing until our society can move past dysfunctional capitalism and it's religion of PROF1T to a socioeconomic system that bases itself on providing for the social needs of humanity. A full description of the project and documentation of a show presented out in front of the Fort Mason Art Market trade show in May of 2013 can be viewed here.

Pantings on reused Ram Board, a green floor protection material used in residential construction protection, are organized under two categories: Those things that are FREE and those things that are definitely NOT FREE. Life on Earth as a free human in tribal culture found all that was needed for survival and a joyous life available from Mother Nature. There was no "work" there were only resources and fellow humans to collectively work with ecosystem to create a rich life. These free things exist now too, but we do not see them for this intrinsic quality because capitalists spin perception of reality to blind us and prof1t them. I believe a FREE world can replace the nasty rat-race of the 1%. I am hoping to open up these thoughts via art communication and advance the intellectual works of previous artists to manifest a self- organizing and self-actualizing freedom for humanity.

These works are free to share and print under copyleft rules.

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All works copyleft sandy 2016/17. Thank you Tup Wanders for the wonderful Fettecke font!
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