Andrea Narno is a Mexican queer printmaker currently living in Pittsburgh, PA. Andrea believes in art as a tool of transformation that can contribute to social change during these uncertain times. Andrea's work centers on the symbolism of plants as a way to express thoughts, feelings and ideas, as well as a means to explore topics like migration, absence and grief.
About the ethically-made shirts
These soft, 50/50 cotton/poly blend shirts are printed by Eagle Screen Printing, a small print shop based in Minneapolis. They are a young, queer shop that focuses on social justice and community. They only use shirts made by companies that either have labor unions, employ environmentally conscious manufacturing, or are part of the fair labor association.