Community Minded Printing in Tucson, AZ.
Last month, the Gloo Factory printed new tote bags and signs for the long-time publication, Nuclear Resister. With the classic smiling sun “Nuclear Power? No Thanks” logo in yellow, red … Continue reading
Today marks Day 38 of a blockade in Texas. For more than a month now, local resistance has maintained a treesit blockade, as well as numerous actions halting the Keystone … Continue reading
The Pima Area Labor Federation (PALF) is working to be sure voters know the difference between this year’s candidates – even when it comes to campaign materials. PALF visited the … Continue reading
The Gloo Factory closed business yesterday in solidarity with the Tucson Bus Riders Union. The staff rode the bus to a rally at the Ronstadt Transit Center. We brought along … Continue reading
Today the Gloo Factory had the pleasure of visiting with Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes of Digindad Rebelde. They are working with local youth and activist groups such as Tierra … Continue reading
We’ve been cranking out yard signs, shirts and stickers for the 2012 primary and general elections. The Gloo Factory is a great place to get printing done for progressive causes.
The Gloo Factory collaboratew with No More Deaths, Dougla Prieta Women’s Sewing Cooperative, and other organizations to fight for human dignity in the “Border Wars”. Today’s article in the Arizona … Continue reading
Screen printer, John Westmore, coaches a group of teens from Catalina Magnate High School in modern screen printing. After explaining the process from transparent positive through exposure, then processing, and right through to laying ink on fabric, John allowed each of the students the experience of getting ink on their hands.
The t-shirt they directed as part of the FindingVoice class at their high school. Since the theme for this year’s project is identity, the students collaborated with a Tucson artist to create a design that represents the collective and unique identities of the 40 plus students. See more of the students work on the FindingVoice Project site at http://www.findingvoiceproject.org/the-work/identity/student-photos-and-writing.