If you order something from our online shop today, we thank you! We're a small, entirely artist-owned and operated shop. As you might imagine, we're running just a little slower than usual, so you might experience a slight delay on your order and on the USPS transit time once we ship, but don't worry: we're on it!
Bec Young is a visual artist who seeks to inspire—and draw inspiration from—movements for justice and ecological wellness. She works primarily in printmaking, paper-cutting, illustration, and installation. Her practice...
Erik Ruin is a Michigan-raised, Philadelphia-based printmaker, shadow puppeteer, paper-cut artist, etc. His work oscillates between the poles of apocalyptic anxieties and utopian yearnings, with an emphasis on empathy,...
Favianna Rodriguez is an interdisciplinary artist, cultural organizer, and political activist based in Oakland, California. Her art and collaborative projects address migration, economic inequality, gender justice, and ecology. Favianna...
Mary Tremonte is an artist, educator, and DJ based in Pittsburgh. A founding member of Justseeds Artists' Cooperative, she works with "printmaking in the expanded field," including printstallation, interactive...
Meredith Stern obtained a BFA in Ceramics at Tulane University in New Orleans. She has developed a multifaceted practice that includes printmaking, ‘zine publishing, drumming, collage, and ceramic arts....
Shaun Slifer (b.1979) is an Appalachian artist, nonfiction author, self-taught historian, scrimshander, and museum professional based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His multidisciplinary creative work challenges the oppression of currently-dominant historical...
Artnoose worked in the Pittsburgh-based Justseeds office from 2011 until she moved back to California with her son in 2014. She has been letterpress printing Ker-Bloom zine since 1996, and single-handedly runs Deep Ink Letterpress, a custom printshop.
Peter Nevins is a woodcut printmaker living in Astoria, OR. Largely self-taught, (by studying the masters), his work focuses on the emotional life of the imagination, among other things. He works extensively with musicians and received a Grammy nomination (2011) for album cover art.
Vanessa Renwick is an artist and filmmaker living In Portland, Oregon. Since 1981, she has been working in experimental and documentary forms—writing, producing films, videos, photography, sculpture and installations. In 1996, she started her own production company The Oregon Department of Kick Ass. Renwick's art reflects an interest in place, landscape use and transformation, as well as relationships between bodies and landscapes.
Micah Bazant is a visual artist who works with social justice movements to make change look irresistible. They create art inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and the gender binary, and by ways of reimagining ourselves in right relation to the planet in the face of climate change. Micah is also an anti-zionist jew and identifies as trans, gender non conforming, and timtum (one of six traditional jewish gender categories). They run the Tran Life and Liberation Art Series.
Demian DinéYazhi aka @heterogenoushomosexual is a Portland-based transdisciplinary artist born to the clans Naasht'ézhí Tábąąhá (Zuni Clan Water's Edge) & Tódích'íí'nii (Bitter Water) of the Diné (Navajo). Demian’s artwork and writing is a continual inquiry into Radical Indigenous Queer Feminist ideology and has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally.
(b. 1989) is an artist/activist/archivist who currently lives in Newark, NJ. He was born in San Jose, Costa Rica and lived in Caracas, Venezuela until he was 11, then immigrating to the USA. Using iconography from both sides of the border, he has painted a variety of murals and paintings that empower immigrant and overlooked communities and cultures.
The Far Woods is sister design-team Nina and Sonya Montenegro. They design and hand make items that reflect and inspire a reverence for nature. They live on a small farm just outside Portland, OR.
Kit Yan is a New York based spoken word artist from Hawaii and the author of the full length collection of poems, "Queer Heartache". Kit performs theatrical slam poetry pieces about his life as a queer, transgender, and Asian American through stories about family, love, and social justice. Kit has been seen on television programs such as HBO’s Asian Aloud and PBS’ Asian America.
Jon(athan) Key is a queer Black Art Director, Designer and Writer. He is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design where he received a Bachelors of Fine Art in Graphic Design. Jon creates work centered on heritage, identity, and culture. Jon is one of the co-founders of Artists Against Police Violence, a platform to showcase art that addresses police brutality and injustice.
Many artists, including many of us at Justseeds, are facing acute economic consequences as a result of the COVID19 pandemic:
cancelled exhibitions, lost opportunities, dwindling sales. If you were thinking about supporting your friendly neighborhood radical artists’ cooperative by picking up a print, poster or book from our shop, now would be a great time, and much appreciated!
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