“What I Stand For Is What I Stand On” Print
Poet, farmer, essayist, environmental advocate and all-around kick-ass Kentuckian Wendell Berry has written many powerful essays about the importance of a sustainable agrarian economy, but the crux of his philosophy can perhaps be best summed up by this succinct statement: “What I stand for is what I stand on.”
Designed by Louisville-based graphic artist Bryan Patrick Todd, fifty percent of all proceeds from the sale of this print will go directly to support The Berry Center and its mission. The nonprofit Berry Center works to put Wendell Berry’s writings to work by “advocating for farmers, land-conserving communities and healthy regional economies.” You can read more about The Berry Center and its important work here.
Limited run of 250. 16″ x 24″ screen-printed on French Paper Co paper. Designed, signed and numbered by Bryan Patrick Todd in Louisville, KY. Printed by The Giant Robot.
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