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Proceeds from sales of these t-shirts go to support Sawhorse Revolution. Check out the link and learn about the wonderful programs they foster benefiting youth and the homeless in our region.

T-shirts available in Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. Two color WE DESERVE RENT CONTROL silkscreen (black t-shirt) and three color RENT CONTROL silkscreen (white t-shirt). Both designs are printed on a soft cotton shirt, currently only available in colors shown. Price is $35 including shipping, or $30 if shipping is not required.

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Email requests to: baldieoner@hotmail.com

Exclusive! September 27-October 27. You can purchase these two t-shirt designs at SPACE Gallery, located in Magnuson Park. For the duration of Redlined, a group show of political/socially conscience art. 


Photos by Danielle Blackwell

Remembering Space

Drifting between streets and vacant lots, not far in our past is the ghost of a rainforest lush with wet green vegetation. Interacting with this regions change as it claims memories from around you is a constant effort to recall what was.

This mural was painted as a memorial, remembering time, effort and thought. As space transforms it must be recognised, appreciated and honored. One hundred hours was spent painting the floors and walls of this roughly 40.000 square foot warehouse. Using donated and salvaged acrylic paint totalling one hundred gallons. The walls are painted with 20 foot tall letters reading, MAN’S INHUMANITY TO MAN. The design on the floor consists of repeated abstract iconography and spatial geometry.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson

Natural Evolution

Natural Movement an already existing New Mystics public installation located in Pioneer Square’s Nord alley. It has come time to revamp and update the installation. Eight new individually designed disks will replace the worn and in some cases damaged disks that have weathered summer and winter in the northwest for the last four years. Disk reads “THE BALD MAN IS WATCHING YOU”. Adhesive vinyl and acrylic paint, dimension 25” circle.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson


In an effort to voice what to some might be viewed as overly idealistic. One must press ahead and put actions, thoughts and intentions into public space that support what we all understand as goals that can not be forgotten, let alone actually brought into reality for the survival and betterment of all humanity. Acrylic paint on paper, dimensions 13’ by 7’.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson


First painted in 2013 as a live painting performance installation for Velocity’s Fall-Kickoff, new additions to this mural in the box office entryway of Velocity dance Center are currently underway. The overall intent is to bring elements of the existing diagonal white lines on the facing of the building into the existing mural. Working with lines and abstracted personal iconography of the human face, color, shape and space are explored. Approximate dimensions 25′ x 15′ painted in acrylic and enamel.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson


This hangable work of art is raised off the wall by a 3” wooden frame that follows the outline of the work. Adhesive vinyl and acrylic block print make up the image. The title of Cardinal refers to the four cardinal directions. The image is an abstraction of the human face, a personal totem that is used as a vehicle for artistic learning through process and repetition over time.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson

Puzzel Luchador

Luchador mask created for Urban Artworks 2nd Annual Benefit Auction. Made from the trimmed, hole punched petals of the Monkey Puzzle Tree. Spray painted chrome gold, brass chrome and hand sewn to create the look of armor.

Photo by Danielle Blackwell


Commissioned mural for On the Boards 16/17 season. Titled SEE TALK, acrylic paint on banner vinyl, dimensions 20′ by 9′. Lines and personal iconography abstractly convey the conversation and anticipation of an audience pre performance.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson


Spontaneous public installation, Seattle 2016. Three dimensional cardboard letters, painted with acrylic paint. Humanity is shown left out in the rain to be reclaimed by nature or possibly a timely passerby.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson


For this CoCA exhibition, the New Mystics explored what we discard, where we find value, and where we find “coolness.” This show navigated the space between being complicit in the current homeless struggle and reflecting on one’s disconnection between detritus and desire. MORE INFO

Photo by Ezra Dickinson