Don't get stuck with a T-shirt you'll never wear. Weigh in today on your favorite T-shirt design so you can sport the NewStandard name in style.
Simply give us your feedback by posting a comment below. Please be respectful of these artists, who have graciously volunteered their talents and effort for this competition.
The TNS collective will weigh your input and post the final results shortly. High-quality screen-printed shirts will be made available to members later this year.
Our whole staff thanks each artist for making this a truly difficult decision.
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Anne Cook is an artist who has painted many large-scale interior murals, private commissions, and illustrations in the Boston area. A long-time friend of The NewStandard's, Anne produced some of PeoplesNetWorks's original promotional and fundraising materials in 2003. Find out more about Anne and her work here.
Tyler Norman currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin, and has been active organizing with, and designing varied propaganda for, numerous progressive grassroots organizations, including the Common Ground Collective, the Kids & Community Project, Full Circle Fuels, Food Not Bombs, and the Student Labor Action Coalition. He is very grateful for valuable lessons which he learned from The NewStandard's Brian Dominick and Jessica Azulay at the 2005 Z Media Institute.
Alix Dunn is a journalism junkie born in New Orleans and raised in Memphis, she works out of Bay St. Louis, Mississippi doing freelancing website and logo design and writing. Before moving to the coast, Dunn spent 5 years in Colorado where she went to college and spent her days with her nose in a book or her feet on the trail. Sometimes both at the same time.
Herr Bookmonger is a 44-year-old male who one year ago escaped the desert of Southern California for the Pacific Northwest. Forced into retirement due to illness, he has spent his time becoming even more informed than previously. The NewStandard is among his favorite sources for information. Bookmonger intentionally does not own a cellphone. He has three cats.
Matt Hoffmann, of Bloomington, Indiana, is a graduate of the Institute for Social Ecology's master of arts program in Science & Technology Studies with a specialization in community-based participatory research. Currently, Matt is working in his local community on issues of decarceration and supporting those ensnared by our carceral state. While he does work in web design, publication design and some graphic design, he still considers himself an amateur. Matt is also a displaced cheesehead.