Digger, 2017, Ink and Watercolor on Dura-lar, final poster 68” x 48”

The Diggers were a radical community action-group of activists and improvisational actors based in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco. They fed people for free in Golden Gate Park and other sites during the Summer of Love, created Free Stores where everything was free and presented street theater, grassroots publications and free concerts. The deeper motivations for their actions were to create a society that rejected capitalism and money in favor of freedom and more transcendent values.