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Kindle Project highlights Josh MacPhee

November 8, 2012

The Kindle Project recently did a really nice piece on Josh:

Josh MacPhee is an understated artist with a loud series of movement building messages. Through his prints he conveys justice themes focusing on labor, nuclear energy, revolt, and democracy, to name a few. Through his refined use of traditional printmaking and his contemporary eye for design, Josh is creating media that educates and asks the audience to interact with critical subjects.

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