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Signal: A Journal of International Political Graphics and Culture

Signal is an ongoing book series dedicated to documenting and sharing political graphics, creative projects, and cultural production of international resistance and liberation struggles. Signal digs deep through our common history to unearth this often-overlooked but essential role art and culture have played in struggles the world over. Published by PM Press.

Signal is an ongoing book series dedicated to documenting and sharing political graphics, creative projects, and cultural production of international resistance and liberation struggles. Signal digs deep through our common history to unearth this often-overlooked but essential role art and culture have played in struggles the world over. Published by PM Press.

Signal:01 includes:
— Red Rat and Dutch Squatter Comics
— The Future of Xicana Poster Making: An Interview with Taller Tupac Amaru
— Adventure Playgrounds: A Photo Essay
— Propaganda Brigades in Mexico 1968: The Graphic Production of a Movement
— Early 20th Century Anarchist Publisher Imprints
— Designing Anarchy: the Graphic Covers of Rufus Segar
— The Political Freight Train Graffiti of Impeach

Signal:02 includes:
— Revolutionary Mozambican painter Malangatana Valente Nguenha by Judy Seidman
— Murals from the Carnation Revolution in Portugal by Phil Mailer
— A collection of early 20th-Century broadsides from Freedom newspaper
— The Gestetner Press and its influence on movements by Lincoln Cushing
— Oaxacan Street Art by Deborah Caplow
— The Yamaga Manga an illustrated history of early Japanese anarchism
— A history of Danish art collective Røde Mor by Kaper Ostrup Frederiksen

Signal:03 includes:
— Jeu de Massacre: Deltor’s 1930 Anarcho-Communist Print Portfolio by Stephen Goddard
— Making Revolutionary Music: Alec Dunn and Erin Yahnke Interview Paredon Records’ Founder Barbara Dane
— Quebec Spring: The Visual Culture of the 2012 Student Strike by David Widgington
— Época Clandestina: The Mastheads of Spanish Exile Newspapers
— Memories of Revolution: Yugoslav Partisan Memorials by Robert Burghardt and Gal Kirn
— Confronting Neoliberalism: Reflecting on the Medu Arts Ensemble by Josh MacPhee

Signal:04 includes:
—The Legacy of Berlin’s Kommune 1 by Michael McCanne
—Book Designs of Three Continents Press, Max Karl Winkler interviewed by Josh MacPhee
—New Zealand’s Political Poster History by Jared Davidson
—A History of Toronto’s Punchclock Printing Collective by Ryan Hayes
—The Bay Area’s Peace Navy by Lincoln Cushing
—Imaging Palestine: The Cover Art of Palestinian Affairs Magazine by Rochelle Davis and Emma Murphy

Signal:05 includes:
—The Club de Grabado de Montevideo: Georgia Phillips-Amos unearths printmaking under dictatorship
—Three Print Collectives: Alec Dunn interviews Friends of Ibn Firnas, A3BC, and the Pangrok Sulap collective
—An interview with Paul Werner about the history of New York City’s Come!Unity Press
—The Pyramid’s Reign: Analyzing an enduring symbol of capitalism with Eric Triantifillou
—Marc Herbst looks at the intersection between movement design and the struggle for housing in Barcelona
—Discs of the Gun: Josh MacPhee’s trip through music and militancy in postwar Italy

Associated Artists

Subjects
AnarchismAnti-capitalismAnti-warCulture & MediaEducationFeminisms & GenderGlobal SolidarityHistoryHousing & CitiesIndigenous ResistanceInspirationLaborMigrationPolice & PrisonsQueer LiberationRacial JusticeSocial Movements
Signal Slideshow (PDX)

Signal Slideshow (PDX)

May 10, 2011

Josh and I are giving a talk tomorrow night at Microcosm in Portland, 636 SE 11th, 7PM! Hope to see you there!

Signal Book Release Party: Pittsburgh

Signal Book Release Party: Pittsburgh

WHERE

Lili Cafe
3138 Dobson Street
Pittsburgh, PA

Josh and I will be presenting the new, third, issue of Signal: A Journal on International Political Graphics & Culture at Lili Cafe in Pittsburgh. The event is free and…