Monday, February 12, 2007

Mardi Gras!

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras New OrleansAvailable here.

Mardi Gras New Orleans

Available here.

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Lighten Up! It's Mardi Gras!

Sunday, February 11, 2007


Who Dat?

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Blue Tarp Blues

Katrina survivors are singing the Blue Tarp Blues, as the waterproof tarps are still in use to protect property and, in some cases, to replace a damaged roof.
Blue Tarp Blues
Blue Tarp Blues

Blue Tarp Blues
Blue Tarp Blues

Available here.

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Thursday, December 08, 2005


One way to help New Orleans bounce back is to support its local economy. Perhaps you can plan to visit New Orleans. But, even if you can't, you can shop at many New Orleans / Louisiana businesses using the internet and the telephone.

For some suggested businesses to get you started with your holiday shopping, you can click the button below or visit this link.

If you have some suggestions for businesses to add to the list, here's the contact email.


I still have trouble not ranting when I try to discuss the hurricanes and the government's dismal response to people in need, so I think I'll just stick to discussing my designs for now. I have several related designs. Here are some of my most recent:

Make Levees Not War

This design is available on white shirts, with a slight variation for the black shirt.

Make Levees Not War

One of my best friends (who lost a family home in Hurricane Katrina) asked me to design a shirt for her. She now has the tank top shown below, and it looks pretty good in real life. I never get to see most of my designs outside the computer screen.

Make Levees Not WarI also did another 60's type design, which seems to fit well with the "Make Love Not War" theme that inspired the levee slogan.

Make Levees Not War

After Republican House Speaker Dennis Hastert floated the possibility that New Orleans shouldn't be rebuilt, he inspired a few "Save New Orleans" graphics:

Save New Orleans

I tried to come up with a ribbon that would make people think of New Orleans, to help them remember that while they're supporting our troops abroad with magnets made in China, there are also some people right here at home who could use some support.

Save New Orleans

Here's what the black shirt looks like:

Save New Orleans

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