Radical Soles


Stone mountain tops

Used, worn, passed on

Spattered paint



Artifacts of actions past

Traversing society


Actions where boots (pictured above) have been worn:  Mount Rushmore. Keystone, S.D. July 8, 2009.  Fisk coal-fired power station. Chicago, IL. May 24, 2011.  Agios Dimitrios lignite power station. Kozáni, Greece. December 9, 2015.

Life Goes On | The Massive

Rope Guerrilla gets the mention in The Massive Volume 4 Sahara!  Don’t miss out on this introduction by Rope Guerrilla founder and editor Basil Tsimoyianis.  Visit Dark Horse Comics or your local comic book store for more of The Massive by Brian Wood.


click to download – cover pages and introduction only

Rope Jokes


A rope walks into a bar. The bartender says, “We don’t serve ropes in here.” The rope walks outside, ties a knot in the middle of her body, brushes out the strands at the bottom and heads back into the bar. The bartender says, “Aren’t you the rope I just threw out of here?” The rope replies, “No, I’m a frayed knot…figure8ively speaking.”

Q:  Why did the knot blush?

A:  Because it was undressed.

Q:  Why do figure eights get into a lot of fights?

A:  Because they’re friction devices.

Q:  What do you call a Greek rappeler?

A:  Condescending.

Q:  What did the belay device do to the rope?

A:  It took a bight and eight it.

Q:  What do you call a bent carabiner?

A:  A Pretzl.

Is this a new thread?...
Submit jokes to contribute@ropeguerrilla.org.