a mobile artspace based in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Proceeds from the sale of signs go to production costs and shipping, project overhead, printing of more signs to place on the streets, and the artist.
The signs are 24” x 18” , printed on Coroplast, the standard corrugated plastic that most yard signs are made of.
They come with a “deluxe” wire stand, which holds the bottom of the sign 14” above the ground.
Sales have ended.
Contact us to see how you can extend the reach of this initiative in your community: firstname.lastname@example.org
Portions of the yard sign printing are generously donated to this project by A Good Sign in Albuquerque and Allegra in Santa Fe.
The Friends of Axle's Be Counted Initiative support this project by sharing their resources with us:
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
City of Santa Fe Arts & Culture
Thanks also to these to organizations that are helping to spread this project in their communities: Vital Spaces, School for Advanced Research, Paseo-Taos, New Mexico School for the Arts, Santa Fe Arts & Culture, Upaya Zen Center, TOKo Santa Fe, Santa Fe Book Arts Group, Southwest Contemporary.
visit the Axle Contemporary website here.