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Artwork [13 Feb 2008|09:10pm]
farther_on
Civilians Of War
For more, go here.
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[10 Oct 2007|02:27am]

seelan
Fellow autonomous artists, my name is Seelan and I'm from Singapore (South East Asia) 

Let's keep in touch.
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I am proposing a contest! [15 Jun 2007|01:06pm]
grainercubby
AuTonomOUs ARt Competition Announcement!!!
GoaL: to make the most fabulous, the most practical to make, the most acceptable to stupid incarceration rules ARTWORK to send to imprisoned comrades, friends & penpals.

RuleZ: it must be able to be sent to a prisoner under most circumstances, meaning no glue can be used, no hidden pockets which may hide stuff (so nothing like origami with lots and lots of folds), no paint, no cardboard, yada yada, gabba gabba hey , yeah these rules are really terrible and will crimp your style.  you will persevere with resourcefulness because you are that rad.  It must compose of a single sheet of one-ply letter paper, able to fit within an envelope with a b+w xerox image or black ink pen writing/drawings on it.

The winner is determined by the awesomeness of the art and if it successfully passes through the insane security and scrutiny of gulag officials SCUM to the political prisoner of your choice! 

Please put an entry into this community with a picture and a written description of your artwork, as well as if it made it through, and if it didn't, why it didn't get throughInstructions on how to recreate this wonderous artwork of yours will be appreciated and welcomed, and possibly profusely and embarassingly complemented.  you can also list your inspirations, heroes, personal mythology and what kind of outfit you'd like to see me in.

Spread teh word aRound and get workinG, even if it means not washiNg yer dishes, else i wILL rEsort to flashing fonts and scroLLing texT!  and mOre random capitAlization!

i might be kidding about the threats, and if this is contrary to posting rules, then please look the other way to allow this to continue. thank you!
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my stationary is so anarchopunk... [08 Jun 2007|09:57pm]
grainercubby

This isn't my art, I haven't been able to track the artist (EM?) down or any of the other art the artist made. I dumpstered this a few years ago, and have only seen the art in one other context- in a poster that a friend made. Anyway, it would be a shame to lose this to history, so, here you go.

Erm, don't send this to anyone in jail. Oh, and sorry about the cropping, it was like that when I found it, really, so I'm... just preserving the xerox artifacts of the copy I found.
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DJ FUNNY KAPLAN CONGRADULATES RUSSIAN PRESIDENT [07 Oct 2006|01:59pm]

tupikin
DJ's Funny Kaplan mix "Happy birthday. mr. Putin" was realised yesterday

Как сообщает альтернативная электро-пресса, DJ Funny Kaplan поздравила вчера президента РФ Владимира Путина с наступающим светлым праздником - днем рождения (7 октября).

listen at / слушать тут: http://ru.indymedia.org/newswire/display/15477/index.php

via mala_vida и anarchia_ru
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Steal This Sticker [27 Sep 2006|10:11am]

beatsoul



Click on Abbie.
-grab image-
[Print. Cut. Stick.]

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RE: submissions@asidmagazine.com [02 Sep 2006|01:42pm]
asid_mag
Now accepting 400-800 word short stories, free form poetry, and black and white photography for our upcoming issues!

Please visit asidmagazine.com!
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mask making and graveyard [12 Aug 2006|07:24pm]

cannibol
i'm doing a workshop for kent ohio's bicentennial parade, masks and costumes representing missing animals of ohio to compliment the memorial installation we've had in our downtown yard. some history, art and spiritualism to tie in what we've lost to preserving what is left.




we'll also have john brown and tecumseh, other local historical luminaries.


mask making and graveyardCollapse )
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What Oil Crisis? [09 Aug 2006|06:31pm]

beatsoul
(letter to the editor)

As Israel continues it's attack on Lebanon the rest of the world is again left to calculate the war/oil equation.

While the current strife may not be related to oil - a certain product of war (such as the unattended oil spill from Israel's attack on a power plant in coastal Lebanon) is creating environmental damage that environmentalists and local green groups are calling the worst disaster in the country's history. Reports put the spill at somewhere near 15,000 barrels or 15,000 tons of oil along the Mediterranean shores of Lebanon and Syria. It brings to mind the burning oil fields of Iraq.

Humanitarian crisis aside - how much blood and oil need to spill before the hungry war mongers are satiated and have had their toxic fill? As it becomes all too apparent that there is no fixed sum to quantify civilian deaths as war crimes - maybe we global villagers should create a formula to quantify crimes of a global nature. WorldWatch where are you?

As our skies and oceans become increasingly congested with the viscous black death of oil - who will be responsible?
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aSID mag! [04 Aug 2006|06:00pm]
asid_mag
We are now accepting writing, art, and photography submissions for our September issue.

Come check it out at www.asidmagazine.com!

~
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Restrict Your Movement [31 Jul 2006|07:18am]

beatsoul



“Revolution is not something fixed in ideology, nor is it something fashioned to a particular decade. It is a perpetual process embedded in the human spirit.”

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control-free [22 Jul 2006|06:17am]

nf1
Hi everyone

First post of a main topic here. Just wanted to let everyone know about our completely FREE projects and websites - we run the control-free network (http://www.controlfree.net - a network of sites) and we are spreading the word around.

The control-free network is a resource with free information in text, audio and video files, as well as links to a collective and other helpful websites.

The files not linked to from the website can be downloaded from us for free on SoulSeek (download this great file-sharing program for FREE at http://www.slsknet.org) - and to do this, just add our username, freeinfo.

All of the items we share are free and we take careful precautions not to share copyrighted material, as the fucking feds are always watching our shit (and your shit).

Also, this has been crossposted a bit.

So take care, check us out if you get a chance,
Peace, solidarity
-mc nf1
http://www.controlfree.net
http://www.TAKEPOWERBACK.info
http://www.notfooled.com
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[18 Jul 2006|03:10pm]
asid_mag
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aSID magazine - a segue in the dust [14 Jul 2006|01:44pm]
asid_mag
Welcome to: aSID- a segue in the dust

A brand spanking new amateur arts magazine that focuses on getting your name out there!

We are now accepting submissions of all kinds - poetry, prose, short stories, drawings, paintings, photography, and graphic art - for upcoming issues!

aSID is a bi-weekly publication based out of the Pacific Northwest. We have a small subscriber base (growing fast) and our goal is to bring the spotlight away from generalized, contemporary artists and back to the fresh, edgy, amateur art scene. We want writers, artists, and photographers with hidden talent to come out of the shadows and show the world what they can achieve.

We are accepting submissions at asid.magazine@gmail.com

There is no payment currently offered for accepted pieces except the honorable mention (your name beside your work). In the future, depending on the success of the magazine, we hope to commission work from writers-artists-photographers for actual monetary compensation. All the more reason to spread the word!

Please remember to include your full name. Our staff will reply to you promptly, work with you on your submission (if you'd like), and prepare it for publication with us. Returning writers and faithful contributors may earn paid writing/drawing/creating commissions in the future.

We are always seeking out new talent. Don't be afraid to email us to ask for more information. We are very excited to launch our premier issue. Support amateur art!


Website coming soon: http://www.asidmagazine.com



Lisa Hubert
Editor-in-Chief
aSID magazine
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prescott bushs' scull [02 Jun 2006|03:29pm]

cannibol
my new flash animation!



repost and put it up on your pages'! every clik gets me a vote at huffington post! thanks!!!
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[27 Apr 2006|05:34pm]

shoot_the_kids
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[17 May 2006|01:01pm]

zerolvxkrieg
here be review
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zlknf's tryptich [12 May 2006|03:25pm]

zerolvxkrieg


TRYPTICH

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F8 [09 May 2006|10:44pm]

karmaq
Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
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Call for art [24 Apr 2006|12:12pm]

resist_anywhere
This is a call for art and photo submissions for the next issue of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory, the tri-annual publication of the Institute for Anarchist Studies (http://www.anarchist-studies.org). Currently, the journal is being revamped, and as part of this effort we are trying to implement a lot more visual style.

The theme of the spring 2006 issue, due out in late May, is “Borders and Migration,” including writings by the o.r.g.a.n.i.c. collective, Melancholic Troglodytes, Angela Mitropolous, Peter Lamborn Wilson, and others. We are looking for art on these and related themes to showcase in the coming issue.

Please send submissions, suggestions, questions to indyrad@riseup.net .

Thanks!
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