Friday, January 25, 2013

Republic de Santa Fe - Taking it the Streets

The Republic de Santa Fe is not a San Serriffean Republic. We physically live here year round.
What does the Republic de Santa Fe stand for? You gotta stand for something or as they say, you'll fall for anything. The three icon images on the Official Seal of the Republic de Santa Fe are the paint brush, the NO guns sign and the train locomotive.

The brush representing Arts and trades; doing, creating, and working.

 The NO Guns sign in the middle declares in no uncertain terms a NO guns NO violence NO drugs zone.

The train engine image show the importance of commerce, tradition and travel are to the survival of the Republic de Santa Fe.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

"Hand Pi" Republic de Santa Fe style.

Only in Santa Fe would the City itself not have plats to their own property. True. In trying to get Cerletti Park going I was being required to have a survey done on the Water Street parking lot including the public art projects that got place legally and otherwise on public land.

But in the Republic de Santa Fe we are taking it to the streets.

The Republic de Santa Fe in the only nation that that believes in the values of Hand Pi - The Helping Hand and the power within its image.

Art, No Violence and Traditions.

Sunday, January 20, 2013

Pi Day 2013

Pi Day is Hand Pi Day -3.14