I found an exciting new place to display my work. Coyote Counter Collective is what we in the industry call a re-tail space and those who have ever seen a coyote know that motherfucker has one serious tail. Upon reflection I guess it’s a little hard to imagine a coyote ever needing to re-tail so I am not exactly sure if we quite have that right yet. Or perhaps that’s the Counter part.
Anyway it’s a co-op storefront in Oak-land, where the trees are green but the Occupiers are not, and my first official duty as a member was to screenprint a fistful of signs for some to-be-determined guerrilla advertising. They came out well I think–a rehash of my go-to sign in one afternoon design–featuring glyphs from my beloved Remington 333 (eternal thanks for that, Kristin Roeder):
And here’s what my inaugural hanging looks like in situ.