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New Project from Jamaa Al-Yad

February 17, 2016

Our friend Jamaa Al-Yad in Beirut just launched a new project: “Boycott, Divest, Sanction: On Campus”
 
Originally designed for a campaign at the American University of Beirut, they’ve uploaded a dozen designs that can be re-used and personalized. Here’s what they’ve got to say:

Originally approached to do a logo for a local university’s BDS organization, we turned around and suggested a much bigger and broader project. The idea was to create materials that could be used for rubber stamps and stencils to “rebrand” posters and flyers advertising events or products that go against the tenets of the BDS movement. Materials would be customized for any university anywhere.

All the images are here.

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