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Israel’s Right to Defend Itself. By Carlos Latuff

Celebration. Howard Guidry

Volunteer With Prison Art

Volunteer: It takes a lot of work to scan and post artwork,
and to create the credit card and other processes that make
this site function. I am in need volunteers in the Seattle area
to help with the web work, art scanning, and prisoner cor-
respondence. I’ll train volunteers in web work and scanning.
Let me know if you live in the Seattle/Tacoma area and
want more information on how you can help. Thanks.

Ed Mead
Prison Art Project
P.O. Box 69586
Seattle, WA 98168-9586
Email: mead [at] prisonart [dot] org
Phone: 206-271-5003

Aztec Princess. Alex Medina.

Definitely check this site out. It’s run by Ed Mead (a friend of mine), member of the George Jackson Brigade, who served 18 years in prison for his acts of armed resistance to government/corporate racism.

Since Ed’s release from prison in 1993 he’s worked tirelessly to support prisoners.

A1one. Iranian Graffiti Artist.

A1one. Iranian Graffiti Artist.

Mohammad Aboutrika by A1one.

Iran Graffiti.

Iran Graffiti.

Sun Ra—Strange Strings. Ian Johnson. From the Aqua Art Fair Miami.



“Mumia Abou Jamal” Village voice

“I used eye contact and an almost Christlike pose to evoke the sollemnity and finality of the  death pennalty”.

work by Tim O’Brien

Also, you spelled his name incorrectly. Free Mumia Abu Jamal. Free all Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War.


Castroboy by Dean Fraser


i love those women

& men who fought

not so we wouldn’t have to

but so we would

know how to

(image from

Do Whatever It Takes.


the manuscript of nineteen eighty-four by george orwell.


Jasmine at war.
“Rumble Young Man Rumble”
i wanna fight like he fought.


“Rumble Young Man Rumble”

i wanna fight like he fought.

Prends garde au petit chaperon rouge


Prends garde au petit chaperon rouge

The Horseman. Ghassan Kanafani

Kanafani was born in Akka (Acre), Palestine in 1936. During Al-Nakba, Kanfani and his family were displaced to Lebanon and later to Syria. He then moved to Kuwait and later to Beirut.

Kanafani is a Palestinian novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist. Main themes in his writings are uprootedness, exile, and national struggle. He published several novels and collections of short stories, literary criticism, plays, and historical expositions, including Men in the Sun, All That’s Left to You, Umm Sad, and ‘A`id ila Hayfa.

Kanafani was assassinated on July 8, 1972, by a car bomb planted by Israeli agents. He was posthumously awarded the Lotus Prize for Literature by the Conference of Afro-Asian Writers.

(Image & text courtesy of Resistance Art:

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