Political Posters

Every new day seems to bring a national calamity, courtesy of the Trump administration. Listing them all at this point seems futile, as there will be a new crop next week. I struggled to find a way that I could provide some meaningful support to those who are fighting these injustices. After donating to some charities, bitching on Facebook, and yelling at the TV, I felt there had to be a different way. That's when I came up with these; a series of politically charged, downloadable posters.

I decided to make a series of designs, free for download, and available to anyone who would like them. The idea is to provide a printable poster, for those looking to voice their frustrations. They are 18" x 24" files, at 150dpi. They can be printed at your local printshop, and used in a variety of ways, including: mounted to a stiff backing for a protest poster, wheatpasted to a wall in your town, or simply posted to your social network of choice. 

If you would like to download a print-ready version, visit www.wealovesupremeleader.com 

Science - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

It's fair to say that there is a battle going on right now against science. The current administration has taken steps to silence various government agencies from discussing their work. There has been official stops in communications from the Park services, the EPA, and many divisions within other agencies. Issues like climate change, and renewable energies, are being wiped from record. While it's hard to know how long this practice will go on, the fact that it's actually happening is scary enough.

I will always support science and critical thinking. As, I try to figure out how to do my part during these tumultuous times, I will work with what I know. I'm going to start small, and hopefully build towards something impactful. My first step is to focus on facts, by supporting the scientific community through museum visits, donations, and redistributing of science-based information (articles, tweets, etc.). 

So, here are some pictures of my recent visit the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles. I mean, look at this place. It's such an amazing facility! You can go there and learn amazing things (facts!).   An afternoon at the museum is a fun experience with so many positive effects: it puts money towards the sciences, educates the public, raises awareness for museums and science centers. I really suggest you check it out for yourself.