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Roger Peet

Portland, OR, United States

Roger Peet is an artist, printmaker, muralist etc. etc. living in Portland, Oregon. His work tends to focus on civilized bad ideas, predator-prey relationships, and the contemporary crisis of biodiversity and what can and can't be done about it. He coordinates the Endangered Species Mural Project, and helps to run the cooperative Flight 64 print studio in Portland. He collaborates with artists, activists and scientists globally and locally in the service of a more generous and a wilder world.

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No LNG banners at Oregon statehouse

No LNG banners at Oregon statehouse

January 18, 2020

Last month I designed and built five big banners for a protest at the Oregon statehouse in Salem against the Jordan Cove LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) pipeline and terminal slated…

A Brief History of Mining, pt. 2

A Brief History of Mining, pt. 2

December 13, 2019

This is the second half of a little essay about the history of mining and human civilization. You can read the first part here. This is a work in progress,…

Waking up from the Forest

Waking up from the Forest

March 20, 2019

For the next six weeks I’ll be in Medellin, Colombia, working with the people at Fundación Casa Tres Patios to create some projects with ex-fighters of the FARC, the Revolutionary…