Over the last few months, our first short animation “RED” has been part of the official selection of the 2014NY Asian American Int’l Film FestivalAnimation Block Party, and Blue Plum Animation Festival. It has won awards for Best Editting and Best Screenplay at Womens Independent Film Festival, and Best Animation at Asians On Film Festival's Spring Quarter and the Young Filmmakers Contest at Environmental Film Festival at Yale.

This cosmic animation is based on Fatimah Asghars poem about a woman’s struggle and self-affirmations as she explain to a lover what it feels like to be touched while on her menstrual cycle. It was co-directed by iambeyon and jessxchen , featuring music and sound design by M&O and anderslink .

Nobody really anticipated it coming this far and reaching the exposure it has, so this has been really amazing! Thank you for everyone who has worked on it, and the audiences who were there to witness the new languages created when spoken word poetry, mythology and hand drawn animation intersect. It is so important that the voices of women are being heard. You can buy tickets to the NYC premiere in the 2014 AIFF shorts program here: http://aaiff.org/2014/films/red/. Otherwise, look forward to an internet release through buttonpoetry before the end of this summer.

This is our first collaboration with Dark Noise Collective, an all poets-of-color collective, consisting of members: Fatimah Asghar, danezsmith , Aaron Samuels, Jamila Woods, and Franny Choi.

We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3 We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.
The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.
The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. <3

We just screen printed a whole new run of back patches, and little patches available in the LoveHoldLetGo etsy store. Made from recycled fabric and screenprinted in our living room.

The top two back patches, Funeral for the Honey Bee, and Gardening as an Act of Resistance were done by Jess X Chen.

The bottom small patches of the two people walking beneath the moon, was drawn by Beyon. 
<3

By Jess X chen and Beyon 2014

Scratchboard / Album poster that we made for a contest for one of our favorite bands: The Antlers, and their new album Familiars. We were told to take inspiration from the sculpture on their album, so we made a this image out of it. This is what Beyon wrote about the design.

the idea behind the image draws from the definition of a familiar as a spirit that lives its life in the embrace of the host who it was born with, this could manifest as anything from a pet, to a spouse, to a sibiling, to a ghost, to an imaginary friend, whoever it is in that persons life who’s absence would mean the collapse of the life they share. they exist, to large and within a single fragile house which would crumble if ever they left the arms of their familiar. ”

As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here. As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE &amp; THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people&#8217;s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its&#8217; final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.
A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence&#8217;s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. We wouldn&#8217;t still be working on this story if it weren&#8217;t for you. And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 
You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here.

As we let go of the death of one performance cycle, we can bear witness to the rise of another. Here are our favorite stills of SILENCE & THE EARTH  back when it was a shadow puppet play that we took on tour from Halifax to New York, to Chicago, to New Orleans, to Seattle and across Canada back to Halifax in Summer/Fall of 2013. Through a continental tour of over sixty performances in people’s living rooms, backyards, and in public observatories and theaters, we have discovered the most generous support for this story of eco-decolonization, but also realized that the piece is far from done. Its’ final form will be in independent cinema that will take 3-4 years to complete.

A year later, we wanted to take a moment to thank you to every audience member, every friend who believed in us, every stranger who came from the cracks of all corners of America to witness our words and who believed in Silence’s story. Thank you to every mentor and human who ever believed in the power of poetry and theater to be a vessel in which our collapsing planet may speak through. 

We wouldn’t still be working on this story if it weren’t for you. 

And as always we are humbled by the presence of this resilient Earth. 
Onwards we go, in resilience, grace, and Earth.

You can read more about the updated and evolving synopsis here: www.loveholdletgo.com/work 

You can like LoveHoldLetGo on facebook here.

forgeartmag:

We just finished editing Issue 4! Much like our last issue, we somehow ended up with an enormous 100 page magazine. Finishing this issue was quite an endeavor due to how busy we’ve been since the Brooklyn Zine Fest and with school ending for the year, but because of all of the amazing artists who contributed to this issue we were super persistent with getting it done as soon as possible. Despite the slight delay, we’re really happy with how it all turned out, and we really enjoyed doing all of the interviews and collecting all of the submissions for it. We hope that you can enjoy this issue as much as we have enjoyed making it!

GO READ IT ONLINE HERE!

Issue 4: SENTIMENTAL includes submissions by Emanuel Couloumy, Kimberly Salt, Joëlle de Vries, Jason Lambidis,  Alice Antoinette Lena Klyukina, Justine Kistler, Hana Haley, Anna Urik, Eddie Perrote, Samantha Blumenfeld, Shreya Gupta, Jess & Beyon, Andriana Nikolaidou, and Emilie Gleason. Issue 4 also includes interviews with Ryan McCardle, Grant Singer, Richard Kern, and Ray Masaki!

We were interviewed in the “Sentimental” Issue of Forge Art Magazine. You can look at our artwork and read our interview on page 55-58 here: http://issuu.com/forgeartmag/docs/issuu4 . We talk about Silence and the Earth, what inspires our work, and more. 

LoveHoldLetGo is going to an be an exhibitor as a part of the first ever Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo on August 2-3 in the Providence Public Library. Our friend Ian Cozzens AKA secretdoorprojects is also a part! We will be selling new zines, and even possibly a comic, prints, back patches, posters!
The Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo (RIPExpo) is a summer weekend devoted to small-press and self-published comics, zines and books. Artists and writers from all over North America will join local creators to share work and generate discussion. RIPExpo is committed to giving voice to those underrepresented in mainstream media. Check out this whole list of other awesome exhibitors! LoveHoldLetGo is going to an be an exhibitor as a part of the first ever Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo on August 2-3 in the Providence Public Library. Our friend Ian Cozzens AKA secretdoorprojects is also a part! We will be selling new zines, and even possibly a comic, prints, back patches, posters!
The Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo (RIPExpo) is a summer weekend devoted to small-press and self-published comics, zines and books. Artists and writers from all over North America will join local creators to share work and generate discussion. RIPExpo is committed to giving voice to those underrepresented in mainstream media. Check out this whole list of other awesome exhibitors! LoveHoldLetGo is going to an be an exhibitor as a part of the first ever Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo on August 2-3 in the Providence Public Library. Our friend Ian Cozzens AKA secretdoorprojects is also a part! We will be selling new zines, and even possibly a comic, prints, back patches, posters!
The Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo (RIPExpo) is a summer weekend devoted to small-press and self-published comics, zines and books. Artists and writers from all over North America will join local creators to share work and generate discussion. RIPExpo is committed to giving voice to those underrepresented in mainstream media. Check out this whole list of other awesome exhibitors!

LoveHoldLetGo is going to an be an exhibitor as a part of the first ever Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo on August 2-3 in the Providence Public Library. Our friend Ian Cozzens AKA secretdoorprojects is also a part! We will be selling new zines, and even possibly a comic, prints, back patches, posters!

The Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo (RIPExpo) is a summer weekend devoted to small-press and self-published comics, zines and books. Artists and writers from all over North America will join local creators to share work and generate discussion. RIPExpo is committed to giving voice to those underrepresented in mainstream media. Check out this whole list of other awesome exhibitors!

iambeyon:

the bottom of the halifax harbor. this is the 900th frame of the primary stress music video that i’ve been working on. i just spent the entire long weekend drawing ghosts and bubbles and not talking to anyone. best weekend

 This is a still from Beyon’s upcoming 4 and a half minute long hand drawn animation (remember, it is moving!) . The animation is a music video for Primary Stress, defunct halifax death metal band and excavates a dreamscape at the bottom of the Halifax harbor where all the buried & forgotten victims of colonization & the Halifax explosion of 1917 resurface….

These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!Two Art Fair Tablings in New England
Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.
10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale
loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.
on Benefit Street &amp; Waterman Street, Providence, RI
7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.
The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 
Message me for address in Allston, MA
Facebook Event Here These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!Two Art Fair Tablings in New England
Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.
10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale
loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.
on Benefit Street &amp; Waterman Street, Providence, RI
7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.
The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 
Message me for address in Allston, MA
Facebook Event Here These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!Two Art Fair Tablings in New England
Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.
10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale
loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.
on Benefit Street &amp; Waterman Street, Providence, RI
7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.
The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 
Message me for address in Allston, MA
Facebook Event Here These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!Two Art Fair Tablings in New England
Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.
10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale
loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.
on Benefit Street &amp; Waterman Street, Providence, RI
7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.
The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 
Message me for address in Allston, MA
Facebook Event Here These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!Two Art Fair Tablings in New England
Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.
10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale
loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.
on Benefit Street &amp; Waterman Street, Providence, RI
7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.
The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 
Message me for address in Allston, MA
Facebook Event Here These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!Two Art Fair Tablings in New England
Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.
10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale
loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.
on Benefit Street &amp; Waterman Street, Providence, RI
7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.
The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 
Message me for address in Allston, MA
Facebook Event Here

These new giclee prints are now available in the loveholdletgo etsy store. We have two tablings taking place on Saturday!

Two Art Fair Tablings in New England

Saturday, May 3rd. 2014.

10am-4pm: RISD Alumni Spring Sale

loveholdletgo is sharing a table with the amazing, secretdoorprojects or printmaker, Ian Cozzens.

on Benefit Street & Waterman Street, Providence, RI

7pm-11pm: BeatsFeast! 5 hours of art, music, rad politics and community all smushed in one place.

The event is a fundraiser for Black and Pink, a campaign for rights of female trans prisoners. 

Message me for address in Allston, MA

Facebook Event Here

this is happening right now! jess will be tabling with our friend Jordan Alam all day today (and yesterday) artwork by both beyon and jess will be available to buy in person as well as a ton of zines written by Jordan. if your in New York this weekend. you should come say hi!

jessxchen:

#1 BEAUTY NAIL SALON

A Short Film. Written & Performed by Paul Tran. Directed & Editted by Jess X Chen. Sound Design by Anders Link.

"It’s called racial capitalism. The beauty industry of america has been taken over by a *sparkle* red blue *sparkle nail polish mafia, giving you the orient for cheap." - Paul Tran

Paul Tran, Brown University, is one of three winners of Best Poet at CUPSI 2013, along with Abbie Shain, and Natasha Huey. Jess X Chen was the coach of the Brown CUPSI Team, who won the Pushing the Art Forward Award.

Official Poster

Released in the April Issue of CURA: A Literary Magazine of Art and Action