Okay, art's a business, and artists need promotional materials, just as savings and loans and political parties do. Need silkscreened or embroidered T-shirts, sweats, totes, mugs, letter openers, rulers, caps, polo shorts, golf jackets, tape measures, mouse pads, flash drives, retractable cords, flashlights, fly swatters, laser pointers, MP3 players, web cams, Wi-Fi finders, mini wireless mice, flash memory pens, wooden pen sets, license plate frames, water bottles, banners, bumper stickers, stadium cushions, foam cheering hands, shoehorns, sunglasses, visors, beach balls, buttons, clipboards, bag clips, flying discs, lapel pins, or signs to compete in the Society of Spectacle? Need a bandage dispenser for your 2004 GOP convention memorabilia, or a larky Silverado S&L cowboy hat for Minneapolis? Try this union shop started in 1990 by progressive artist Jos Sances. Not only does it support good causes (like kids in the Middle East), but it's green and getting greener, using organic or recycled materials made in the USA, like the corn that is transformed into biodegradable pens. Need a poster or logo? Design services are available, too.