I make work to help myself, and help myself care again. When these ideas are shared by the world at large, it really shows us how this is needed. I’m sometimes conflicted that positivity can be so disruptive. Don’t get me wrong—I couldn’t feel stronger about making a protest against all the negativity in the world—I love causing trouble in a positive way. I champion radical positivity. I recently realized that the rareness of these messages is what makes them so powerful. I just wish it wasn’t so rare.
I wish positivity was everywhere. I don’t think there could ever be a point of over-saturation. I feel that hopeful messages need to be repeated over and over again, especially in the current climate.
A champion of radical positivity, the Chicago-based artist and designer is the brains behind numerous large-scale public installations, exhibited all over and featured in some of the most prominent news outlets, but he and his small team also create smaller art objects for personal collections, perfect for encountering and interacting with as one goes about their daily life. This 8” x 9.5” limited-edition laser-cut birch wood piece is precisely that, and at just $30 it’s life-affirming art that’s affordable for many budgets. Hang it next to your mirror or above your desk, rest it bedside or lean it against your surface of choice—catching your eye as you pass by, you are doing great will inject some much-needed motivation into your everyday ... Read more on the blog!
+ Measurements provided are the height from the tallest point and the width at the widest point.
+ Made of birch plywood, laser cut in Chicago
+ Can be easily attached to a wall with foam tape or hung from a white finishing nail. You can also attach plastic feet (for the piece to stand on its own), lay it flat, or simply lean it against your surface of choice.
+ All orders for this edition are final sale and not eligible for discount or return.
Laser cut wood