The Gloo Factory cranked out posters, stickers, and shirts for Tucson’s All Souls Procession, featuring the art of local artist Wil Taylor. You can still purchase merchandise here, including signed copies of the poster.
We finished printing the newsletter for No More Deaths, a humanitarian organization that works along the border between the US and Mexico. The 8-page newsletter also included an updated version of our End Streamline booklet. We printed everything on our aging offset presses – a dying art but still very functional.
The Alliance for Global Justice is putting the final touches on their remodel of the Stardust ballroom in South Tucson. The building is now providing office space for several Tucson organizations, including the Coalición de Derechos Humanos and Pan Left. The Gloo Factory created and installed the signage for the building, located across the street […]
The Zapatista Coffee Project is fair trade with no herbicides, pesticides or chemicals used. All proceeds fund indigenous education and health care in Chiapas. Cafe Para La Vida Digna is available at the Gloo Factory.
As part of an effort to end a federal court process that sends tens of thousands of immigrants to prison each year, The Gloo Factory produced this informational booklet. Using our in-house cartoonist, Kjartan Arnorsson, we wanted to create something simple that tells the story of Streamline visually. The booklets are available through our online […]
The Gloo Factory is working on a large order of shirts, signs, buttons, and banners for the Center for Biological Diversity protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. This project will carry oil from the tar sands in Canada across the United States to refineries in Texas. You can also purchase anti-Keystone merchandise from the Gloo Factory’s […]