We Make microRevolt Not Art
Two of my very favorite arts-and-crafts people have come together in this interview between Cat Mazza, founder of microRevolt and Regine, of We-Make-Money-Not-Art.
Cat organized the Stitch for Senate project I participated in, and developed knitPro, an application that creates knitting, needlepoint, cross-stitch and crochet patterns from digital images. It's a great interview that touches on all of Cat's many projects and gives advice to knitters/crafters and non-knitters/crafters alike about how they can address sweatshop labor and revolt on the micro level. Enjoy!