Monday, December 10, 2007

Permanent Mission to the UN (NYC): Monks in action

These pictures were taken of the site at the Burmese mission to the UN in
New York earlier today. I'll guess it was done in honour of international
human rights day? I hope the pictures are useful.
- [name deleted for obvious reasons*]

*e-mail the contact address at left if you want it undeleted.

Monday, November 5, 2007

My first three hits

I strongly feel for the denied freedom and the repression to which Burmese people are subject. FREE BURMA, spread the word, don't let the world neglect Burma.

Friday, November 2, 2007

Poem for Burma

Gregg Chadwick
Poem for Burma
8"x6" oil and alkyd on linen 2007
March, paint, write, meditate, work, pray, hope, and create a free Burma.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

More T-shirts

Here's our T-shirts. We're selling on a sliding scale,
profits going to

Friday, October 19, 2007

Panties for Peace!

Global action beginning 16th October:
The Burma military regime is not only brutal but very superstitious. They believe that contact with a woman's panties or sarong can rob them of their power. So this is your chance to use your Panty Power to take away the power from the SPDC! Post or deliver your panties to the closest Burmese Embassy ongoing from 16th October. /Actions

Thursday, October 11, 2007

T-shirt tutorial

Handy tutorial on T-shirt stencilling, using the SFW monks.

New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland

I painted this on my Grandma's boarded-up shed window to support the monks.
It's on the street, and people passing by are very supportive. Thank you to
all my friends for spreading the word!

"Walk On."

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Venosa Potenza, Italy

I have made the stencil in Venosa a small town in the south of Italy.
I hope this helps a little to let them know they're not alone.

Maxim {Just Imagine}

Monday, October 8, 2007

Peaceful Gathering for Peace in Burma, Chiang Mai, Thailand

During 5, 6 and 8 October 2007, under the name of “Interfaith Group for Peace in Burma”, three peace marches were organized each day. Hundreds of Buddhist monks and believers in other religions as well as the non-believers joined us and braved the rains to walk in support of the cause of our sisters and brothers in monastic communities in Burma. It was the first walk made by more than two hundreds Buddhist monks for a social cause in Chiang Mai, Northern Siam (Thailand).

Sunday, October 7, 2007

San Francisco, CA

These are t-shirts that I've been printing to raise awareness about the brave resistance to the military junta in Burma. I've given several to other teachers at the high school where I work and we've led discussions with groups of students as news updates become available. Thank you for the image and for keeping the message of solidarity alive.
Marty Roberts

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Pasadena, California!

I'm passing on a pictures of the stenciled monks a few of us put up on the campus of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Also, I've blogged about it here. Many of us are aware of the injustice in Burma, yet it remains remote. These stencils give an opportunity to unite the artists and social justice advocates on campus, pooling our knowledge and resources to engage with Burma, and bring the cause closer to home.

Thank you!!!

Kristin Myers

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

video Burma/Vietnam

We made this video to support Burma and the entire democracy movement in South East Asia. Would you be interested in posting the video on your website?

Thank you very much.

interview for a brazilian journal

My name is Pedro Fernandes and i'm a brazilian journalist. i'm writing an article for Jornal A Tarde about the crisis in Burma and i'd like to talk with you about your stencil art project. If you can, e-mail me.
My bests,
Pedro Fernandes
Jornal A Tarde
Bahia - Brasil

banner for your blog or wherever

Here's a banner:

Here's the code for it:

Just copy what's in the box and paste into your blog or wherever.

Then walk away from your computer, get outside somewhere and put up the image! Yeah!

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Friday, September 28, 2007

MARK VALLEN - Supporting your Stencil Art project

Friends at SRW

As a working professional artist who lives and works in the City of Los
Angeles, I congratulate you for initiating your stencil art project in
solidarity with the Burmese people's desire for freedom.

I've written a small article about your efforts for my "Art For A Change"
web log, which is dedicated to the intersection of art and political
activism. My web log receives some 18,000 visits per week from artists,
gallery owners, museum staff and curators - as well as art lovers from all
around the world. You can see my blog post in support of the SRW, here;

I hope my article will inspire others to join your stencil project, and that
all of us together can help the people of Burma achieve their dream of a
democratic society.

Mark Vallen

san francisco chronicle

Saffron Revolution Worldwide is written up in this article from the San Francisco Chronicle -- lots of blogs from inside Burma listed as well.
(They're a little off the mark with the location of SRW, but no matter.)

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

somewhere in Thailand

Where we live is not the best place for stencilling, so we made do with our office.

visual resistance

Saffron Revolution Worldwide has been posted by the Justseeds / Visual Resistance Cooperative.

Thanks, and keep spreading the word!

monks make great stencil images!

Download the pattern and get your monks on the march! Help spread the saffron revolution!